Microsoft Exchange Server is calendaring software, a mail server and contact manager developed by Microsoft. It is a server program that runs on Windows Server and is part of the Microsoft Servers line of products. Windows Messaging, initially also called Microsoft Exchange, is an e-mail client that was included with Windows 95 (beginning with OSR2),…
Microsoft Exchange Server is calendaring software, a mail server and contact manager developed by Microsoft. It is a server program that runs on Windows Server and is part of the Microsoft Servers line of products. Windows Messaging, initially also called Microsoft Exchange, is an e-mail client that was included with Windows 95 (beginning with OSR2), 98 and Windows NT 4.0).
Manage clients and end-user devices (20–25%)
Manage user-driven client deployments
- Restrict self-provisioning of Office 365 ProPlus, Windows Store Apps and Mobile Apps, activation/revoke activation, and Office for Mac.
Manage IT deployments of Office 365 ProPlus
- Manage deployment, manage streaming updates, use the Office deployment tool, and customize deployment.
Set up telemetry and reporting
- Enable telemetry through Group Policy, set up telemetry service, report user issues, and deploy agent .
Plan for Office clients
- Outlook, Lync client, Office on Demand, Office Web Apps, and click-to-run versus MSI .
Provision SharePoint Online site collections (20–25%)
Configure external user sharing
- Enable globally, enable per site collection, share with external users, and remove external user access.
Create SharePoint site collection
- Set SharePoint Online site collection administrator, set resource quota and warning level, configure public website, set storage quota for site collection, and configure name and URL of site collection.
Plan a collaboration solution
- Yammer versus newsfeeds, coauthoring, Project Online, access files across multiple client devices (for example, migrate files to OneDrive for Business), Excel services, Visio services, App Store, and the need for enterprise eDiscovery.
Configure Exchange Online and Lync Online for end users (25–30%)
Configure additional email addresses for users
- Change default/reply to address, bulk add/remove for new domain, manage secondary email aliases, and SIP addresses.
Create and manage external contacts, resources, and groups
- Create and manage resource mailboxes, create shared mailboxes, create external contacts, assign additional email address to contacts, create and manage distribution list and members, and delegate permissions.
Configure personal archive policies
- Enable personal archive for mailboxes, create custom retention policy, create retention tags, apply retention policy to mailboxes, and review and modify default retention policy.
Configure Lync end-user communication settings
- Turn off non-archived features for compliance, configure presence, available services, and configure per user external communication.
Plan for Exchange Online and Lync Online (25–30%)
Manage antimalware and anti-spam policies
- Release quarantine, configure SPAM confidence level, configure white and black lists, and configure notifications
Recommend a mailbox migration strategy
- Staged, cutover, hybrid, and IMAP .
Plan for Exchange Online
- Plan client requirements for archive, manage e-discovery, enable Legal hold, configure OWA access, and configure ActiveSync.
Manage Lync global external communications settings
- Enable external access, manage domains, manage public IM connectivity, customize meeting invitations, and disable push notification service