Find out how to configure client access, set up namespaces, manage mobility solutions, improve load balancing, troubleshoot connectivity, and make sites resilient. This course is also a preparation resource for the 70-345 exam.
- [Scott] Having a company e-mail account is nice, but being able to access it is better. In today's world of mobile computing we've come to expect that we can access our company e-mail, calendars, and more from our smart phones wherever our work may take us. Hi, I'm Scott Burrell and I've been an I.T. consultant and technical trainer for the past 20 years. And if there has been one constant in all that time it's the importance of users access to their e-mail. In this course we're going to take a look at the client access services in Microsoft's exchange server version 2016.
We'll be talking about certificates, protocols and features that allow your e-mail users to get to their e-mail from anywhere in the world. We'll spend time on troubleshooting when things go wrong and things you can do to avoid them going wrong to begin with. Basically we're going to explore the things that will make you a hero around the office. I don't know about you, but I'm excited. So let's get going.
- Planning namespaces
- Managing proxies and redirection
- Configuring client access
- Working with online servers
- Managing address lists and offline address books
- Allowing, blocking, and quarantining access
- Load balancing namespaces
- Troubleshooting POP/IMAP connectivity
- Troubleshooting Outlook Anywhere
- Resilient namespaces and URLs
- Configuring certificates for failover