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Exchange Server 2010 Basics

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Tutorials on setting up a Microsoft 2010 Exchange server for sending and receiving email

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  1. Exchange Server 2010 -Part 1 Preparation

    Install Active Directory, DNS and IIS server in preparation for installing Microsoft Exchange Server

  2. Exchange Server 2010 -Part 2 Installation

    Install Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 using the installation wizard. Tutorial for beginners. http:

  3. Exchange Server 2010 -Part 3 User Mailboxes

    Create domain users and mailboxes and start POP3 and IMAP4 services. Microsoft Exchange Server 2010

  4. Exchange Server 2010 -Part 4 DNS & MX records

    Configure DNS to resolve mail; setup A records, MX records, and NS records. Test DNS resolution. Mic

  5. Exchange Server 2010 -Part 5 POP3 Mail Clients

    Configure POP3 and SMTP for user authentication. Configure mail clients for sending and receiving ma

  6. Exchange Server 2010 -Part 6 Outlook Web App

    Configure and test Outlook Web App. Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 basics http://danscourses.com

  7. Exchange Server 2010 -Part 7 Server Config Review

    http://danscourses.com - a review of Exchange Server 2010 configurations in order to use POP3 and OW

  8. Exchange Server 2010 -Part 8 Send Connectors

    http://danscourses.com - A tutorial on configuring a Send Connector in order to send mail outside of

  9. Exchange Server 2010 -Part 9 Public Folders

    http://danscourses.com - A tutorial on configuring public folders and mail enabled public folders us

  10. How to configure Outlook Anywhere in Exchange 2010 - Part 1

    http://danscourses.com - Part 1 of a 2. In this tutorial. I cover the steps necessary to configure O

  11. How to configure Outlook Anywhere in Exchange 2010 - Part 2

    http://danscourses.com - Part 2 of a 2. In this tutorial. I cover the steps necessary to configure O

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