If you’d like to learn how Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 provides access to user mailboxes for various clients, check out this course. In Exchange Server 2016, all messaging clients access Exchange Server mailboxes through the use of Client Access Services (CAS), which is key to powering the Exchange messaging engine.
Get the details on how to plan, implement, and manage Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 CAS. Explore mobile messaging setup, manage address lists and policies, and plan and implement CAS for the Internet. Plus, take a look at high availability and site resilience for Client Access protocols.
NOTE: This course is part of a four-part series on Exchange Server 2016: Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 Infrastructure, Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 Client Access Services, Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 Mailbox Databases, and Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 Transport Services.
1 | Introduction to Client Access Services in Exchange Server 2016
Examine Client Access Services in Exchange Server 2016, including Autodiscover, Outlook Connectivity in Exchange Server 2016, and other Client Access Services.
2 | Outlook on the Web
Examine Outlook on the web, including the new name, new features, modern attachments, Outlook on the web policies, and configuration options.
3 | Mobile Messaging
Take a look at mobile messaging, including Exchange ActiveSync. Learn how to manage mobile device security and mobile device mailbox policies.
4 | Address Lists and Policies
Learn about address lists and address book policies.
5 | Plan and Implement Client Access Services for the Internet
Plan and implement Client Access Services for the Internet, and find out how to manage security for Client Access Services.
6 | High Availability and Site Resilience for Client Access Protocols
Explore high availability and site resilience for Client Access protocols, including planning namespaces for multiple sites and implementing site resilience for CAS.
Review CAS in Exchange Server 2016.
Examine Outlook on the web.
Plan, implement, and manage mobile messaging.
Manage address lists and policies.
Plan and implement Client Access Services for the Internet.
Examine high availability and site resilience for Client Access protocols.