|MS Exchange 2003 (1 Exam)
Exchange 2003 teaches you to deliver next-generation messaging and collaboration to your organization and prepare for the Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) credential. The course helps to gain practical experience installing, managing, and troubleshooting Microsoft Exchange 2003 Server. Building these real-world system support skills also helps prepare for a key elective towards the MCSE and MCSA track. The course also helps to gain practical experience in analyzing, planning and optimizing Exchange 2003 Server.
Candidates for this exam operate in medium to very large computing environments that use Exchange 2003 Server, Microsoft Windows® 2000 Active Directory™, and Internet Information Server (IIS). They should have a minimum of one year's experience administering Microsoft Exchange environments that have the following characteristics:
- Multiple physical locations.
- Mixed client connection protocols such as POP3, IMAP4, MAPI, NNTP, and HTTP.
- Internet messaging connectivity.
- Connectivity to foreign mail systems.
One needs to take the exam #70-284
installing, configuring and administering a Microsoft Exchange 2003 server .
The MCP credential attained with Exchange is one of the most widely recognized technical certifications in the industry - a credential most sought after in the messaging industry. By obtaining this credential, individuals demonstrate their skills necessary to lead organizations to a successful implementation and administration of the Microsoft Exchange 2003 server product.
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