tailieunhanh - Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Deployment Guide- P25

Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Deployment Guide- P25:Your Exchange Server 2003 deployment plan should reflect your understanding of how Exchange and Microsoft Windows Server™ operating systems interoperate. It should encompass the relationships between Windows Server 2003 and Microsoft Windows® 2000 Server sites and domains, domain controllers, global catalog servers, and Exchange 2003 administrative and routing groups. | 241 Exchange attributes Attribute names in Active Directory Telephone-Office1 telephoneNumber Telephone-Home homePhone State-Or-Province-Name St Address streetAddress Postal-Code postalCode Telephone-Assistant telephoneAssistant Telephone-Office2 otherTelephone Telephone-Home2 otherHomePhone Telephone-Pager Pager 242 Exchange attributes Attribute names in Active Directory Department Department 0 Note To check the common names CNs of Exchange attributes use the Exchange Administrator tool in raw mode. For detailed steps see How to Check Attribute Common Names in Exchange Server . Understanding Exchange Migration When Migration Wizard is migrating Exchange mailboxes it copies directory and mailbox information from the source Exchange server and directory service to the target Exchange 2003 server and Active Directory forest. The steps Migration Wizard performs to accomplish these tasks are based on searches for user objects and contacts in Active Directory. 243 Searching for User Objects in Active Directory Migration Wizard searches the target Active Directory for user objects that match the mailboxes selected for migration. For each security identifier SID not found in Active Directory Migration Wizard creates a disabled user object that corresponds to the account that you are migrating. Most matches are based on Microsoft Windows SIDs. In addition Exchange uses the SID to associate mailboxes with Windows user accounts. If Migration Wizard finds a user object in Active Directory that matches the mailbox to be migrated Migration Wizard Connects to the source directory. Copies attributes from the source user object. Merges directory information from the source user object with the user object in the target Active Directory forest. Creates a mailbox on the target Exchange 2003 server. Connects to the source Exchange .