K Alliance Installing and Managing Microsoft Product Details
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 requires a knowledgeable administrator who's equipped with the technical knowledge and skills to monitor and troubleshoot the processes. You can get these skills on your own without having to go back to school or read yet another boring textbook.
Self-study using a CD is the ideal way to learn because you see the steps recorded in full motion video and you learn all the details by listening to an instructor's engaging narration. You won't hear monotonous robotic voices that will put you to sleep either.
Start and stop the videos as needed according to the pace that makes sense for you. You can even bookmark sections and return later for further exploration or resume where you left off. Watch the videos as often as you need so that you master each skill required to monitor and troubleshoot Exchange Server 2007. You'll know exactly what to do and where to access each feature of the program because you will have seen it carefully detailed beforehand.
Textbooks just can't deliver this kind of visual detail. Seeing the steps in action is an effective way to learn as well as being a terrific alternative to traditional classes.
1.0 Overview of Exchange and Active Directory
2.0 Installation of Exchange 2007
3.0 Configuring Mailbox Roles
5.0 Managing Email Addresses and Address Lists
6.0 Managing Client Access
7.0 Managing Message Transport
8.0 Managing Availability, Backup and Recovery
9.0 Maintaining Exchange 2007