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In most of the organizations, email communication (an important and preferred means of business communication) is administered by Exchange Servers. As a part of their duty, Exchange administrators create a huge number of mailboxes and configure their properties quite often. But with the existing Exchange Management architecture clearly not designed for bulk administrative operation, an administrator can neither "create bulk user mailboxes" nor "set mailbox properties" during mailbox creation, administrators have to depend on complex alternatives like PowerShell scripts. Moreover, allowing help desks to create just mailboxes is not viable as the help desk must be granted complete Exchange administration rights to create mailbox. So, how does the administrator get rid of the "bulk management woes" in Microsoft Exchange Server immaterial of whether it is Exchange 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013 or 2016? Is there any easy-to-use Microsoft Exchange management tool available?
Yes. ADManager Plus, a web-based Active Directory and Exchange Management software, provides a comprehensive solution to all bulk management woes of an administrator by providing the following distinct features:
Furthermore, 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. You can also create dynamic distribution groups in Exchange using ADManager Plus.
In the above scenario, the IT administrator, due to his myriad responsibilities in Active directory Management, decides to delegate a few of his Exchange Management tasks to the help desks in the organization. But he also wants to have complete control over all these tasks and ensure that they are carried out in an efficient and secure manner. To achieve this, he uses the custom-defined templates provided by ADManager Plus, configures it with the properties that need to be set for the user mailbox, and then assigns it to one of the help desk technicians (He could even be an amateur employee in the organization). The help desk technician logs into ADManager Plus, just imports a CSV file with the necessary user attributes and applies the assigned template. Thus, a bulk of exchange mailboxes has been created and their mailbox properties have been set in a flash - all without modifying or elevating the rights of the help desk in Active Directory or Exchange Server! That is how you turn an amateur non-IT person into an Exchange administrator!
There is also a free download of this software's trial version to help you explore its bulk mailbox creation as well as all the other Exchange management features.
Make your everyday Active Directory management tasks easy and light with ADManager Plus's AD Management features. Create, modify and delete users in a few clicks!
A catalog of almost every report that you will need from your Active Directory! Comprehensive and Reliable reporting. Schedule reports to run periodically. Manage your AD right from within the reports.
Unload some of your workload without losing your hold. Secure & non-invasive helpdesk delegation and management from ADManager Plus! Delegate powers for technician on specific tasks in specific OUs.
Create and manage Exchange mailboxes and configure mailbox rights using ADManager Plus's Exchange Management system. Now with support for Microsoft Exchange 2010!!
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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