Microsoft 70-237-Designing Messaging Solutions with Microsoft Exchange Server 2007

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About this ExamThe qualified candidate for Exam 70-237: PRO: Designing Messaging Solutions with Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 will typically have the following: experience in an enterprise environment of more than 500 users and 100 servers, critical thinking skills and advanced troubleshooting skills, etc

This exam measures your ability to accomplish the technical tasks listed below.The percentages indicate the relative weight of each major topic area on the exam.

Designing and planning messaging services
  • Evaluate and recommend Active Directory configuration.
  • Evaluate and plan server deployment based on best practices, budget, and other business factors.
  • Evaluate network topology and provide technical recommendations.
  • Design and plan for new Exchange features.
  • Design organization configuration to meet routing requirements.
Designing and planning server high availability
  • Define a high availability solution based on client types and client loads.
  • Plan policies to handle unsolicited e-mail and virus outbreaks.
  • Evaluate role availability requirements and design solutions.
  • Design a disaster recovery, backup, and restore solution.
  • Evaluate existing business requirements to define supporting infrastructure.
  • Design and recommend a strategy for dependent services that impact high availability.
Designing and planning coexistence and migration
  • Design and plan for migration of legacy Exchange features.
  • Design a migration strategy.
  • Plan for coexistence (management tools for 2003 and 2007).
Defining policies and security procedures
  • Design a solution to address regulatory and legal requirements.
  • Design procedures for message content filtering.
  • Design secure messaging.