Issue OverviewExchange Insider - April 2009, Vol. 1
Part of the lifecycle planning process for Exchange Server involves making up-front decisions about storing and retaining email messages. In this issue, find out why less can be more when creating a messaging archival strategy for your organization. Much of the functionality and many of the security features built into Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 and Exchange Server 2007 rely on SSL. Learn all about SSL concepts for proper Exchange infrastructure management. Ready to migrate to Exchange Server 2007? Get some useful advice on what you need to do before making the move. Access >>>
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The importance of lifecycle planning for Exchange email archives
by Brien Posey
A successful Exchange Server email-archiving strategy requires planning, including backup and storage methods as well as how long to retain email messages.
Part 1: Exchange Server 2007 requirements
Get an overview of Exchange Server 2007 pre-migration requirements, including running on 64-bit CPU and native mode, as well as some legacy server issues
- The importance of lifecycle planning for Exchange email archives by Brien Posey
Obtaining and verifying SSL certificates in Exchange Server
by Brad Dinerman, Contributor
Many security features in Exchange Server rely on SSL. Obtaining trusted certificates can tighten security and boost performance for SSL-based applications, including OWA and Exchange mobile devices.
- Obtaining and verifying SSL certificates in Exchange Server by Brad Dinerman, Contributor
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