- New features in Microsoft Exchange Server 2019
- Edge and Mailbox roles
- Client access and upgrade requirements
- Creating resource, shared, and public mailboxes
- Creating groups and contacts
- Getting a public certificate
- Modifying public DNS host records
- Setting database limitations
- Customizing mobile access in Exchange
- Customizing Outlook
- Adding mailboxes to a profile
- Adding distribution groups in PowerShell
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Robert] You can win with your organization in Microsoft Exchange Server 2019. If you've decided the cloud isn't yet for you when it comes to your email and other communications, then you need to get this "Essentials" course for Exchange Server. In this course, I focus on managing, administering and deploying Exchange Server 2019. You'll learn both graphical and PowerShell tools that are crucial for running on an on-premises Exchange environment. We focus on maintaining the environment for security and functionality, for traditional PC's, web access and mobile devices. You'll learn how to configure mailboxes, public folders, distribution groups, and all kinds of new features that have been added in to this new version. My name is Robert McMillen. I'm a Microsoft Certified Trainer and Solutions Expert. I invite you to join me to learn how to do all these skills and more in my course, "Exchange 2019 Essential Training."
1. Exchange 2019 Introduction
Client access requirements2m 40s
2. Installation and Upgrades
3. Exchange 2019 Mailbox Creation
4. Exchange 2019 Administration
5. Client Access
6. Exchange PowerShell
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