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Free Microsoft Exchange 2007 training available

By Mauricio Freitas, in , posted: 22-Aug-2006 22:45

I am not sure when this offer closes (it was in my bookmark since 11 July), so you might want to run and try it now.

You can access two Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 on-line training materials for free:

Clinic 3053: What's New in Microsoft® Exchange Server 2007 Administration (Beta 1)

This online clinic provides a rich multimedia learning experience where you explore the new features and enhancements of Microsoft Exchange Server 2007.

This clinic introduces you to the role-based installation provided by Exchange Server 2007 and describes the various server roles. It presents the major installation requirements for Exchange Server 2007 and describes the features from previous versions of Exchange that are de-emphasized or unsupported in Exchange Server 2007.

This clinic also describes how to administer Exchange Server 2007 by introducing you to the Exchange Management Console and the Exchange Management Shell, which you can use to administer all aspects of the system. It illustrates some common administrative tasks, such as working with recipients and monitoring Exchange.

Finally, this clinic introduces the concepts, key features, and benefits of unified messaging. It describes how to configure unified messaging for an individual user. It explains messaging security, archiving, and regulation compliance features provided by Exchange Server 2007, and describes how you can use these features to benefit your organization.

This clinic is targeted to messaging IT Professionals with experience on Exchange Server 2000 or Exchange Server 2003.


Clinic 3054: Overview of Microsoft® Exchange Server 2007 Architecture (Beta 1)

This online clinic provides a rich multimedia learning experience where you explore the most significant changes in the Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 architecture.

This clinic describes how the most significant changes in the Exchange Server 2007 architecture improve upon earlier versions of the product. It also describes the design goals behind these architectural changes, the infrastructure required to deploy Exchange Server 2007, and the three different Active Directory topologies in which you can install Exchange Server 2007.

This clinic introduces the architecture of the five server roles in Exchange Server 2007 and describes the communication between the server roles. It illustrates message routing and how to interoperate with Exchange Server 2003 routing groups. It also describes different deployment scenarios.

Finally, this clinic introduces the changes made to the Exchange Server 2007 message store. It describes the improvements in performance and user experience that these changes provide. It also illustrates how to configure client infrastructure services in Exchange Server 2007.

This clinic is targeted to messaging IT Professionals with experience on Exchange Server 2000 or Exchange Server 2003.






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