Following on from a previous post on How to install Exchange 2013 SP1, in this multi-part series I’ll look at the initial configuration steps to get Exchange 2013 sending and receiving emails.
The demo environment I am using includes a Windows Server 2012 R2 domain controller and a single Windows Server 2012 R2 member server running Exchange 2013 installed using the instructions in the link above.
In the demo environment no previous versions of Exchange have been installed so we are setting up everything from scratch.
Following on from the previous post Exchange 2013 Initial Configuration Settings: Create a send connector (Part 5), in the sixth part of the series I’ll look at creating a setting the offline address book.
The offline address book (OAB) is used by Outlook clients using cached mode for address lookups when the clients are offline.
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