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Microsoft Exchange Server is the backbone of the messaging service in most organizations, and it works in synchronization with Active Directory. For any administrator, managing Microsoft Exchange Server is as important as managing Windows Active Directory. However, under the existing management architecture, an administrator has to constantly toggle between ADUC, Exchange Systems Manager, Exchange Management Console, PowerShell, and Exchange Management Shell.
Using the native Exchange and Active Directory tools, it is an extremely tedious and taxing task to monitor and control Windows Active Directory and Exchange to ensure optimum performance. Moreover, it is not possible for administrators to manage Exchange 2003 and Exchange 2007/2010/2013/2016 servers simultaneously in a single console. Even allowing help desks to just create mailboxes alone is not viable as the help desk must be granted full organization rights to create mailboxes. Also, the existing Exchange management console does not provide any support to set mailbox properties like mailbox size, mailbox recipient, and mailbox recovery while creating mailboxes for users. Organizations need software that implements all these administrative needs into features.
Keeping in mind the demands for efficient administration of Active Directory and Exchange Server, ADManager Plus, an AD and Exchange management tool, offers the following features:
Exchange mailbox creation for users is a task that AD administrators must perform to facilitate business communication via email. With ADManager Plus, the easy-to-use Exchange management and reporting tool, administrators can create mailboxes as well as set mailbox properties during user creation. The following are the property modifications that can be carried out along with mailbox creation.
Setting mailbox rights is very critical as it deals with the security of user mailboxes. With ADManager Plus, it is further simplified with the following advantages:
With ADManager Plus, it is very easy to create mail-enabled users in bulk just by importing a CSV file. Also, administrators can set any kind of restriction on mail-enabled groups and contacts to prevent security breaches.
With ADManager Plus, administrators can easily set an offline address book for users in a few clicks. It?s possible to set offline address books for users in bulk just by importing a CSV file.
ADManager Plus simplifies the task of disabling or deleting mailbox users by enabling administrators to:
ADManager Plus' Exchange Mailbox Migration feature simplifies the process of migrating Exchange Server mailboxes between different versions of Exchange (2003, 2007, 2010, 2013, and 2016).
ADManager Plus allows easy creation and modification of shared mailboxes and resource (room and equipment) mailboxes in different versions of Exchange Server. It also facilitates creation of remote mailboxes in Exchange Server 2010, 2013, and 2016, while provisioning new AD accounts for users individually, as well as in bulk.
In addition to these Exchange management capabilities, ADManager Plus also allows administrators to obtain reports related to their organization's Exchange environment. These reports contain information onExchange Server; distribution lists; delivery recipient settings; and Exchange features such as OMA, OWA, POP3, ActiveSync, and IMAP4. Administrators can export these reports in multiple formats and schedule them to be generated automatically at the desired times.
Benefits of using ADManager Plus for Exchange Server and Exchange mailbox management:
Exchange offers different types of mailboxes to serve various purposes. The common types include:
A remote mailbox is a type of mailbox in Exchange that is associated with a user account in a different Exchange Server organization or environment. It enables a user in one Exchange organization to have a mailbox in another Exchange organization. Remote mailboxes are commonly used in scenarios involving mergers, acquisitions, or cross-forest migrations. They provide a way to maintain mailbox access and data for users across different Exchange environments while preserving separate organizational boundaries. The remote mailbox facilitates communication and collaboration between users in different Exchange organizations, enabling them to send, receive, and store email messages and other mailbox-related data across organizational boundaries.
Follow these steps to disable or delete an Exchange remote mailbox using ADManager Plus.
When disabling a remote mailbox, it will be disconnected from the associated user account but can be reconnected later if needed. Deleting a remote mailbox permanently removes it from the Exchange environment. ADManager Plus provides additional options and settings to customize the disabling or deletion process, such as specifying the deletion mode, setting a retention period, and managing mailbox permissions before the action is executed.
Reset password and set password propertied from a single web-based console, without compromising on the security of your AD! Delegate your password-reset powers to the helpdesk technicians too!
Configure Active Directory Terminal Services attributes from a much simpler interface than AD native tools. Exercise complete control over technicians accessing other domain users' computers.
Manage your Active Directory Security Groups. Create, Delete and Modify Groups...all in a few clicks. Configure Exchange attributes of AD Groups and effect bulk group changes to your AD security groups.
Monitor logon activities of Active Directory users on your AD environment. Filter out Inactive Users. Reporting on hourly level. Generate reports for true last logon time & recently logged on users.
Get rid of the inactive, obsolete and unwanted objects in your Active Directory to make it more secure and efficient...assisted by ADManager Plus's AD Cleanup capabilities.
A complete automation of AD critical tasks such as user provisioning, inactive-user clean up etc. Also lets you sequence and execute follow-up tasks and blends with workflow to offer a brilliant controlled-automation.
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