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Cách xoá thư điện tử trong dữ liệu của Exchange 2007 và 2010


Muốn xoá được thư điện tử đã gửi trên máy chủ Exchange 2007 / 2010

Bạn cần phải có quyền Administrator điều khiển máy chủ Exchange ở mức Windows Location Administrator và Exchange Administrators.

2 bước sau sẽ cần bạn thực hiện là:

1. Cấp quyền Admins để điều khiển Exchange can thiệp vào Mail box database.

2. Dùng quyền Run as Administrator để điều khiển Exchange Shell để xoá thư trong máy chủ Exchange Server.

 

Ever so often, an Exchange administrator faces a situation where messages that fit specific criteria need to be removed from a large number of mailboxes or from Exchange transport queues. The need may arise due to some sort of mass mailing, a message sent accidentally to a large distribution group or individual recipients, or it could be one of the steps required to be taken as a part of cleanup efforts after a mass-mailing virus outbreak (although the latter have been increasingly rare and generally taken care of by Exchange-aware antivirus scanners).

The steps for accomplishing this are documented in various places in Exchange documentation, but it can be difficult to refer to multiple sources if you have a mixed environment containing several versions of Exchange Server. We wanted to provide a single place with somewhat generic instructions on how to accomplish these tasks across all currently supported versions of Exchange Server – Exchange 2010, Exchange 2007, and Exchange 2003.

Removing messages from mailboxes

Removing messages using the Shell in Exchange 2010 RTM and Exchange 2007

In Exchange 2010 RTM and Exchange 2007, you can use the Export-Mailbox cmdlet to export or delete messages. In Exchange 2010 SP1, the functionality to export a mailbox is provided by the New-MailboxExportRequest cmdlet and is covered in a separate article. The functionality to search and delete messages is provided by the Search-Mailbox cmdlet.

Permissions

In Exchange 2010, the Mailbox Export Import RBAC role must be assigned to the account used to perform this operation (using Export-Mailbox in Exchange 2010 RTM or Search-Mailbox in Exchange 2010 SP1). If the role isn’t assigned, you’ll be unable to run or “see” the cmdlet.

The versatile Export-Mailbox cmdlet can export mailbox content based on specific folder names, date and time range, attachment file names, and many other filters. A narrow search will go a long way in preventing accidental deletion of legitimate mail. For more details, syntax and parmeter descriptions, see the following topics:

The account used to export the data must be an Exchange Server Administrator, a member of the local Administrators group of the target server, and have Full Access mailbox permission assigned on the source and target mailboxes. The target mailbox you specify must already be created; the target folder you specify is created in the target mailbox when the command runs.

Adding and removing the necessary permissions

This example retrieves all mailboxes from an Exchange organization and assigns the Full Access mailbox permission to the MyAdmin account. You must run this before exporting or deleting messages from user mailboxes. Note, if you need to export or delete messages only from a few mailboxes, you can use the Get-Mailbox cmdlet with appropriate filters, or specify each source mailbox.

Get-Mailbox -ResultSize unlimited | Add-MailboxPermission -User MyAdmin -AccessRights FullAccess -InheritanceType all

After exporting or deleting messages from mailboxes, you can remove the Full Access mailbox permission, as shown in this example:

Get-Mailbox -ResultSize unlimited | Remove-MailboxPermission -User MyAdmin -AccessRights FullAccess -InheritanceType all

Removing messages

Here are a few examples that remove messages.

This example removes all messages with the subject keyword “Friday Party” and received between Sept 7 and Sept 9 from the Inbox folder of mailboxes on Server1. The messages will be deleted from the mailboxes and copied to the folder DeleteMsgs of the MyBackupMailbox mailbox. The Administrator can now review these items or delete them from the MyBackupMailbox mailbox. The StartDate and EndDate parameters must match the date format setting on the server, whether it is mm-dd-yyyy or dd-mm-yyyy.

Get-Mailbox -Server Server1 -ResultSize Unlimited | Export-Mailbox -SubjectKeywords “Friday Party” -IncludeFolders “\Inbox” -StartDate “09/07/2010” -EndDate “09/09/2010” -DeleteContent -TargetMailbox MyBackupMailbox -TargetFolder DeleteMsgs -Confirm:$false

This example removes all messages that contain the words “Friday Party” in the body or subject from all mailboxes.

Depending on the size of your environment, it is better to do the extraction/deletion in batches by using the Get-Mailbox cmdlet with the Server or Database parameters (Get-Mailbox -Server servername -ResultSize Unlimited or Get-Mailbox -Database DB_Name -ResultSize Unlimited), or specifying a filter using the Filter parameter. You can also use the Get-DistributionGroupMember cmdlet to perform this operation on members of a distribution group.

Get-Mailbox -ResultSize Unlimited | Export-Mailbox -ContentKeywords “Friday Party” -TargetMailbox MyBackupMailbox -TargetFolder ‘Friday Party’ -DeleteContent

It is recommended to always use a target mailbox (by specifying the TargetMailbox and TargetFolder parameters) so you have a copy of the data. You can review messages before purging them so any legitimate mail returned by the filter can be imported back to its owner mailbox. However, it is possible to outright delete all messages without temporarily copying them to a holding mailbox.

This example deletes all messages that contain the string “Friday Party” in the message body or subject, without copying them to a target mailbox.

Get-Mailbox | Export-Mailbox -ContentKeywords “Friday Party” -DeleteContent

 

Phiên bản Exchange 2000, 2003:

Removing messages on Exchange 2003 and Exchange 2000 using ExMerge

The ExMerge utility can be used to extract mail items from mailboxes located on legacy Exchange Server versions. Follow the steps in KB 328202 HOW TO: Remove a Virus-Infected Message from Mailboxes by Using the ExMerge.exe Tool to remove unwanted messages from user mailboxes.

Removing messages from Public Folders

You can use the Outlook Object Model to remove messages from Public Folders. This works on any version of Exchange. The down side is that it’s slower and may stumble when it hits huge folders with tens of thousands of items. In Exchange 2010/2007, you can use Exchange Web Services to remove messages from Public Folders. EWS has no problem running against large folders.

The following posts have more details:

 

Xoá các thư dạng Pending hoặc Queues trong Exchange Server:

Removing messages from mail queues

There may be times where you need to purge messages from Exchange Server’s mail queues to prevent delivery of unwanted mail. For more details about mail queues, see Understanding Transport Queues.

Removing messages from mail queues on Exchange 2010 RTM and Exchange 2007

Removing a message from the queue is a two-step process. The first thing that must be done is that the message itself must be suspended. Once the messages have been suspended then you can precede with removing them from the queue. The below commands are based on suspending and removing messages based on the Subject of the message.

Exchange 2007 SP1 and SP2

This command suspends messages with the string “Friday Party” from transport queues on all Hub Transport servers in your Exchange organization:

Get-TransportServer | Get-Queue | Get-Message -ResultSize unlimited | where{$_.Subject -eq “Friday Party” -and $_.Queue -notlike “*\Submission*”} | Suspend-Message

On Exchange 2007 RTM to SP2, you will not be able to suspend or remove message that are held in the Submission queue. So the command will not run against the messages in the submission queue.

This command removes all suspended messages from queues other than the Submission queue.

Get-TransportServer | Get-Queue | Get-Message -ResultSize unlimited | where{$_.status -eq “suspended” -and $_.Queue -notlike “*\Submission*”} | Remove-Message -WithNDR $False

Exchange 2010 and Exchange 2007 SP3

This command suspends messages that have the string “Friday Party” in the message subject in all queues on Hub Tranpsort servers.

Get-TransportServer | Get-Queue | Get-Message -ResultSize unlimited | where {$_.Subject -eq “Friday Party”} | Suspend-Message

This command removes messages that have the string “Friday Party” in the message subject in all queues on Hub Transport servers:

Get-TransportServer | Get-Queue | Get-Message -ResultSize unlimited | Where {$_.Subject -eq “Friday Party”} | Remove-Message -WithNDR $False

Note, you can run the command against an individual Hub Transport server by specifiying the server name after Get-TransportServer.

Suspend and remove messages from a specified transport queue

You can also suspend and remove messages from a specified queue. To retrieve a list of queues on a transport server, use the Get-Queue cmdlet.

This example suspends messages with the string “Friday Party” in the message subject in a specified queue.

Get-Message -Queue “server\queue” -ResultSize unlimited | where{$_.Subject -eq “Friday Party”} | Suspend-Message

This example removes messages with the string “Friday Party” in the message subject in the specified queue.

Get-Message -Queue “server\queue” -ResultSize unlimited | where{$_.Subject -eq “Friday Party” } | Remove-Message -WithNDR $False

Clear queues in Exchange Server 2000 and Exchange Server 2003 with MFCMAPI

In Exchange 2003/2000, you can use MFCMapi to clear the queues. For details, see KB 906557 How to use the Mfcmapi.exe utility to view and work with messages in the SMTP TempTables in Exchange 2000 Server and in Exchange Server 2003.

If there are a large number of messages in the queue, you may want to limit how many are displayed at a time. From the tool bar select Other > Options and under Throttle Level change the value to a more manageable number (for example, 1000).

Preventing message delivery using Transport Rules

In Exchange 2010 and Exchange 2007, you can use Transport Rules to inspect messages in the transport pipeline and take the necessary actions, such as deleting a message, based on the specified criteria. See Understanding Transport Rules for more details.

On Exchange 2010 and Exchange 2007, you can use the New Transport Rule wizard from the EMC to easily create transport rules. The following examples illustrate how to accomplish this using the Shell. Note the variation in sytnax between the two versions. (The Exchange 2010 transport rule cmdlets have been simplified, allowing you to create or modify a transport rule using a one-line command.)

Creating a Transport Rule to delete messages in Exchange 2010

This example creates a transport rule to delete messages that contain the string “Friday Party” in the message subject.

New-TransportRule -Name “purge Friday Party messages” -Priority ‘0’ -Enabled $true -SubjectContainsWords ‘Friday Party’ -DeleteMessage $true

Creating a Transport Rule to delete messages in Exchange 2007

This example creates a transport rule to delete messages that contain the string “Friday Party” in the message subject.

$condition = Get-TransportRulePredicate SubjectContains
$condition.Words = @(“Friday Party”)
$action = Get-TransportRuleAction DeleteMessage
New-TransportRule -name “purge Friday Party messages” -Conditions @($condition) -Actions @($action) -Priority 0

Note: If your Exchange Organization has mixed Exchange 2007 and Exchange 2010 you will have to create a rule for each Exchange version.

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Mẹo: Configure your Microsoft CA to issue a cert with a longer expiration time for Exchange Mail


Mỗi một (01) năm, dân quản trị mạng lại nháo nhào đăng ký lại chữ ký số (CA) cho máy chủ Web Portal, Email Exchange, Wifi – Access Point…

Hệ thống nào mà quên việc này coi như “troubleShooting biết chắc là không hẹn lại đến”,  để bớt mấy việc làm điên cái đầu các bạn Admin,  tôi sưu tầm và viết ra mấy bước “mẹo” để xử lý việc trên đây. Hãy dựa vào Microsoft Certificate Authority để  issues certs  và tăng thời gian bị hết hạn “expiration date” dài ra cỡ 3 – 4 năm thay vì chỉ được 1 year theo ngầm định. Dưới đây là các bước cơ bản làm trên máy chủ MS-CA windows server 2008 / R2:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/254632

  1. Click Start, and then click Run.
  2. In the Open box, type regedit, and then click OK.
  3. Locate, and then click the following registry key:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\CertSvc\Configuration\<CAName>

  4. In the right pane, double-click ValidityPeriod.
  5. In the Value data box, type one of the following, and then click OK:
    • Days
    • Weeks
    • Months
    • Years

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  6. In the right pane, double-click ValidityPeriodUnits.
  7. In the Value data box, type the numeric value that you want, and then click OK. For example, type 10 (nhớ chuyển hệ Decimal).
  8. Stop, and then restart the Certificate Services service. To do so:
    1. Click Start, and then click Run.
    2. In the Open box, type cmd, and then click OK.
    3. At the command prompt, type the following lines. Press ENTER after each line.

      net stop certsvc
      net start certsvc

    4. Type exit to quit Command Prompt.

Bây giờ các bạn hãy gửi certreq.txt từ các máy chủ IIS (web) hoặc từ Exchange 2010/ IIS6 của Exchange 2007 tới máy chủ CA

Chúng ta sẽ có được các chữ ký CA issues certs với thời hạn sử dụng  4 years  thay vì chỉ được 1 năm.

Sưu tầm: How to set up TMG 2010 to publish Outlook Anywhere on Exchange 2010 & Exchange 2007


Issue\Requirement:

How to set up TMG 2010 to publish Outlook Anywhere on Exchange 2010. This article assumes that the TMG server is in the DMZ and is not a domain member, as per best practices.

Resolution\Process:

First of all ensure that the Exchange 2010 CAS server is set up correctly:

  1. Install the RPC over HTTPs feature via Windows Server Manager.
  2. Go into the Exchange management console.
  3. Expand Server Configuration > Client Access.
  4. Right click on the CAS server and select Enable Outlook Anywhere.

As the TMG server is in the DMZ it will not trust the Exchange servers self signed certificate. In order for Outlook Anywhere to work, the TMG server must be able to access https://YourMailServer.YourDomain.Local/RPC/rpcproxy.dll

Therefore we need to create a new certificate that can be trusted by both the Exchange server and the TMG server. This is easily achieved by installing an internal root CA. I would recommend you do this on a Windows Server 2008 machine as it is easily able to create a SAN cert (it can be done on Windows Server 2003, but only via CLI).

You should also ensure that the TMG server can access the mail server by name. The best way to achieve this without opening up additional ports on the firewall is to add the following lines to the TMG servers hosts file:

1.1.1.1 (Your mail servers IP address) YourMailServer YourMailServer.YourDomain.Local ExternalURLOfMailService.YourExternalDomain.Com

  1. Connect to a Windows Server 2008 machine and install the Active Directory Certificate Services role.
  2. Select both the Certification Authority and the Certification Authority Web Enrolment.

Once the above is complete we can create a new certificate for use in Exchange. Connect back to the Exchange server and perform the following:

  1. Launch the Exchange management console.
  2. Click on Server Configuration and then click on the mail servers name in the right hand pane.
  3. Click New Exchange Certificate on the actions pane.
  4. Follow the wizard. Do not worry too much about the Exchange Configuration screen as we can add and alter the Certificate Domains on the next screen. This is where we add all the required names for the SAN certificate.
  5. Once the wizard is complete and you have exported the certificate request you can launch a web browser to: http://YourRootCAServer/certsrv
  6. Authenticate.
  7. Select Request a certificate.
  8. Select advanced certificate request.
  9. Select Submit a certificate request by using a base-64-encoded CMC or PKCS #10 file, or submit a renewal request by using a base-64-encoded PKCS #7 file.
  10. Open your certificate request file and copy the string.
  11. Paste this into the Saved Request section of the certificate services website.
  12. Select the option to create a Web Server under Certificate Template.
  13. Select submit and complete the wizard.
  14. Once you have your certificate file, return to the Exchange management console.
  15. Select the option to complete a pending request and select your new certificate file.
  16. Once complete you may receive the following error against the new certificate in Exchange manager: The Certificate is Invalid for Exchange Server Usage.
  17. This is beacuse the server (and clients) have not had time to pick up the new certificate authority.
  18. To resolve this you can either wait, reboot the machines or update group policy via: gpupdate /force on the command line.
  19. Once the gpupdate /force has been run you may need to close and re-open the management console.
  20. Once the certificate shows as valid select Assisgn Services to Certificate.
  21. Follow the wizard and select the required services for your site (I would select all apart from Unified Messaging).
  22. At this point, client machines using Outlook might start getting certificate errors. This is because they have not had their policy updated to recognise the new root CA. Again, you can fix this either by rebooting the client machiens or runnign gpupdate /force

Exchange is now configured to allow RPC over HTTPs connections. To publish the server we need to do the following on the TMG server:

  1. Launch the TMG management console and browse to Firewall Policy.
  2. On the right hand side, select Tasks > System Policy Tasks > Edit System Policy.
  3. In the pop up window, select Authentication Services > Active Directory.
  4. Uncheck Enforce strict RPC compliance, and click OK.
  5. Right click Firewall Policy and select New > Exchange Web Client Access Publishing Rule.
  6. Follow the wizard selecting the following options: Exchange version – Exchange Server 2010 > Outlook Anywhere (RPC/HTTP(s)) (Note that once this is selected, the other client access services are greyed out. This is because RPC over HTTPs must exist in its own rule and cannot be shared with other services) > Publish a single Web site or load balancer > Use SSL to connect to the published Web server or server farm > Internal site name: YourMailServer.YourDomain.Local (check the TNG server is able to resolve this) > Public name: ExternalURLOfMailService.YourExternalDomain.Com > Select a Web listener from the dropdown (this can be the one used for OWA and should use a SAN cert. No authentication should be enabled). > No delegation, but client may authenticate directly > All Users > Finish.
  7. Right click the newly created rule and select properties.
  8. Select Test Rule.
  9. You should get no errors and the test should read as: Configuration Tests > YourTMGServerName > YourMailServerName.YourDomain.Local > https://ExternalURLOfMailService.YourExternalDomain.Com:443/rpc/
  10. If you get a HTTP error 500 message then follow this article: http://www.cenobite.eu/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=61:exchange-outlook-anywhere-error-an-aspnet-setting-has-been-detected-that-does-not-apply-in-integrated-managed-pipeline-mode&catid=3:exchange&Itemid=19

Outlook Anywhere configuration is now complete.

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Sưu tầm: Securing Exchange 2010 with Forefront Threat Management Gateway (TMG) 2010, Publishing Outlook Web App


I went through all the steps required to successfully install Forefront Protection 2010 for Exchange Server and Forefront Threat Management Gateway (TMG) 2010 on the same server as your Exchange Server Edge Transport role. I also looked at some basic configuration so we should now be able to send and receive email.

What about external access? TMG 2010 can also securely publish all your Exchange Server related services such as Outlook Web App (OWA), Outlook Anywhere and ActiveSync (EAS).

In this final part of the series I’ll look at publishing OWA to the internet. While my focus is mainly on OWA, Outlook Anywhere and EAS should also work after very little or no additional configuration. I’ll start by creating a new certificate request and then submitting it to certificate authority and then install the issued certificate. I’ll then go over how to correctly export the issued certificate and import it on the TMG server. I’ll then conclude the series by creating a new “Exchange Web Client Access Publishing Rule”.

A few notes before I begin.. When working with certificates, there are two options, I have opted to use my own Enterprise Root CA which has been installed on my domain controller. You are of course welcome to purchase a certificate from a third-party CA, if you decide that this is a better option for you, the basic configuration steps below will not differ all that much, the only difference will be in how you submit the request to the CA. I highly recommend purchasing a UC Certificate for this, please see the following Microsoft TechNet article for more information.

This post also assumes that your domain controllers already accept LDAP connections over SSL. To enable this, you need to install a server certificate on each of your domain controllers. The following Microsoft TechNet article may provide some guidance if you need further assistance with this.

The first step is to confirm out OWA configuration, this is done by opening the Exchange Management Console, expand “Server Configuration”, click “Client Access” and then right-click “owa (Default Web Site)” and select “Properties”

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It is also important to change the authentication settings by clicking on the “Authentication” tab. We need to disable forms based authentication as TMG will be providing this feature. If you keep Exchange forms based authentication enabled your users will be prompted to log into OWA twice.

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We now need to create a certificate request for the certificate that will be used to OWA. This can of course be done from the Exchange Management Shell by making use of the New-ExchangeCertifate cmdlet or by making use of the new wizard included in the Exchange Management Console. To access the wizard, click “Server Configuration”, select your CAS server and click “New Exchange Certificate”

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“Enter a friendly name for the certificate”, I usually use the external FQDN here. Click “Next”

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If you are using a wildcard certificate, you can enter the root domain name here, I have elected not to use a wildcard certificate. Click “Next”

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Next, select your required configuration. Enter your configuration and click “Next”

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Review your certificate domains, I usually enter the server name without a suffix as well, but this is not necessarily required. Ensure that you have your internal, external and both autodiscover names listed and click “Next”

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Enter your organization and location details and click “Next”

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Review your certificate configuration summary and click “Next”

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Once complete, click “Finish”

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For those looking to use the Exchange Management Shell to complete this request, the command would look something like this:

New-ExchangeCertificate -FriendlyName ‘dogfood.cgoosen.com’ –GenerateRequest -PrivateKeyExportable $true -KeySize ’2048′ -SubjectName ‘C=AU,S=”NSW”,L=”Sydney”,O=”cgoosen.com”,OU=”test lab”,CN=dogfood.cgoosen.com’ –DomainName ‘tlex01.testlab.local’,’dogfood.cgoosen.com’,’autodiscover.testlab.local’,’autodiscover.dogfood.cgoosen.com’,’tlex01′ -Server ‘TLEX01′

Now that we have completed out certificate request, it is time to submit this request to a CA. I’ll be using my Enterprise Root CA which is installed on my domain controller, so I’ll just submit the request opening https://tldc01.testlab.local/CertSrv Click “Request a certificate”

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Then click on “advanced certificate request”

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Since we have already created the certificate request, select “Submit a certificate request by using a base-64-encoded CMC or PKCS#10 file, or submit a renewal request by using a base-64-encoded PKCS#7 file”

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Paste the certificate request in the box provided, select the “Web Server” template and click “Submit”

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Click “Yes” to acknowledge the “Web Access Confirmation”

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Next download only the “DER encoded” certificate.

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Now that we have our new certificate, it’s time to install it. Once again, click “Server Configuration” and select your new certificate. Click “Complete Pending Request”

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Select your new certificate and click “Complete”

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Once completed, click “Finish”. You have now installed your new certificate.

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We now need to assign services to the certificate, click “Server Configuration” and select your new certificate. Click “Assign Services to Certificate”

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Select your CAS server and click “Next”

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Ensure that you have selected “Internet Information Services” and click “Next”

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Review the configuration summary and click “Assign”

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Once completed, click “Finish”

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Now that we’ve installed the new certificate and assigned services to it, lets give it a quick test internally. My internal URL is https://tlex01.testlab.local/owa

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Before we can import the certificate on the TMG server, you need to export the certificate along with its private key from the CAS server. Open the “Certificates” MMC and make sure you are viewing the “Local Computer”. We need to export 2 certificates. The first is the Enterprise Root CA certificate located in the “Trusted Root Certificate Authorities” store.

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The second certificate is the new exchange certificate we just installed, it should be located in the “Personal” store.

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Lets start with the Enterprise Root CA certificate, right-click the certificate and click “Export”. Click “Next”

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Select “DER encoded binary X.509 (.CER)” and click “Next”

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Give it a meaningful and name be sure to note down the location and click “Next”

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Review the settings and click “Finish”

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Once completed successfully, click “Ok”

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Next we export the exchange certificate along with its private key. right-click the certificate and click “Export”. Click “Next”

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Ensure that you have selected “Yes, export the private key” and click “Next”

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Ensure that you have selected “Export all extended properties” and click “Next”

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You need to protect the private key by using a password, be sure to remember what password you enter here and click “Next”

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Give it a meaningful and name be sure to note down the location and click “Next”

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Review the settings and click “Finish”

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Once completed successfully, click “Ok”

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Once you have those 2 certificates, (ca_cert.cer and cas_cert.pfx if you followed my naming convention) copy them to your TMG server. The log onto the TMG server and open the “Certificates” MMC and make sure you are viewing the “Local Computer”. We now repeat the previous process in reverse.

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First we import the Enterprise Root CA certificate, expand the “Trusted Root Certificate Authorities” store, right-click “Certificates” and select “Import”. Click “Next”

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Locate the certificate and click “Next”

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You will notice that it will already have the correct location specified, do not change this, just click “Next”

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Review the settings and click “Finish”

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Once completed successfully, click “Ok”

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We then import the exchange certificate. Expand the “Personal” store right-click “Certificates” and select “Import”. Click “Next”

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Locate the certificate and click “Next”

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Enter the private key password (you do remember it, right?) Ensure that you have selected “Include all extended properties” and click “Next”

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The correct location should already be specified, do not change this, just click “Next”

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Review the settings and click “Finish”

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Once completed successfully, click “Ok”

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Once this is done, should should be able to double-click the exchange certificate and check the status. Both certificates should be “Ok”

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The final step in the process is to create a “Exchange Web Client Access Publishing Rule”. Open the TMG Management Console, right-click “Firewall Policy”, select “New” and then select “Exchange Web Client Access Publishing Rule”

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Give your rule a meaningful name and click “Next”

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Select your Exchange version and select “Outlook Web Access”, then click “Next”

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Select your publishing type and then click “Next”

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Since we will be using SSL, select that option and click “Next”

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Enter your internal site name, only enter the FQDN, there is no need to add HTTP/S or /OWA. Click “Next”

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Enter your public name here, again only the FQDN. Click “Next”

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Select your web listener, since I don’t already have one, I am going to create a new one by clicking “New”

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Enter a meaningful name and click “Next”

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We will be using SSL and want to require SSL connections from all clients. Click “Next”

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Select your listener IP address, this should be your external network address. Click “Next”

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Click “Select Certificate” and then select the exchange certificate we installed in the previously. Click “Select”

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Click “Next”

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Next we look at authentication settings, since our server is not a part of the domain, we are unable to use “Windows” authentication. Make sure “HTML Form Authentication” is selected, select “LDAP (Active Directory)” and click “Next”

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I won’t be making use of SSO, make your selection and click “Next”

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We need to add at least one LDAP server for user authentication, add your domain controllers here, type your domain name and I highly recommend that you make use of LDAP over SSL. Click “Next”

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Review your web listener configuration and click “Finish”

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Select the web listener you just created and click “Next”

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Select “Basic Authentication” and then click “Next”

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This rule will apply to “All Authenticated Users”, click “Next”

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Review your configuration and then click “Finish” to create the rule.

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Once the rule has been created, we need to apply it to TMG, click “Apply”

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You should now see your rule listed..

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Now for the fun part, lets test our configuration. If you visit your external URL, mine is https://dogfood.cgoosen.com/owa you should be presented with a OWA login form. Notice the “Secured by Microsoft Forefront Threat Management Gateway” banner at the bottom.

Enter your user name in the format “Domain\user name” and your password and click “Log On” If you have any certificate alerts, you may need to install your Root CA certificate to the “Trusted Root Certification Authorities” store on your workstation. If you are using an Enterprise Root CA, it uses Group Policy to propagate its certificate to the “Trusted Root Certification Authorities” store for all users and computers in the domain.

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If everything has been correctly configured, you should be presented with your inbox.

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To summaries, in this final part of the series I created a new certificate request and then submitted it to certificate authority. Once I had downloaded the issued certificate, I installed it on my exchange CAS server and assigned services to it. I then exported the issued certificate and imported it on the TMG server. To complete the process, I created a new “Exchange Web Client Access Publishing Rule”.

Đã có 4 lý do để chuyển sử dụng từ Gmail sang Outlook.com?


Takeaway: Microsoft’s Gmail competitor has finally arrived. You might be surprised to learn that it brings some useful innovations to webmail. Here are the big four.

Microsoft now has a big-time Gmail competitor. Before you chuckle and say “that only took eight years,” keep in mind that Gmail is largely the same product that Google launched in 2004 — with some nice incremental tweaks to improve the user interface.

Microsoft wants to inject some innovation into webmail again — and it looks like they may have pulled it off. On Tuesday, the company unveiled Outlook.com, which is both its successor to Hotmail as well as its enhanced webmail for individual business professionals. It draws on Hotmail, Microsoft Exchange, and the Metro UI from Windows Phone 7 and Windows 8.

Based on my look at the working preview of Outlook.com that Microsoft has already released into the wild as well as an interview with one of Microsoft’s product leads on Outlook.com, I think there are four reasons why some users — especially professionals — will be legitimately tempted to make the switch from Gmail.

1. Automatic folders

The best new innovation in Outlook.com is what I like to call its “automatic folders” feature. The system attempts to smartly sort some of your mail for you by automatically creating virtual folders for common stuff like email newsletters, Facebook and Twitter alerts, and other repetitive messages that can end up burying more important emails from human beings you actually need to correspond with. Obviously, since this is run by an algorithm, there will certainly be some false positives and negatives and you might have to tweak it, but I like the low-touch nature of this feature. Microsoft has also tried to streamline the process of setting up your own inbox rules as well in Outlook.com.

In his blog post about the new service, Microsoft’s Chris Jones summed up the feature. “Outlook.com automatically sorts your messages from contacts, newsletters, shipping updates, and social updates,” wrote Jones, “and with our Sweep features you can move, delete and set up powerful rules in a few, simple clicks so you can more quickly get to the email you really want.”

Another mail management feature that I like in Outlook.com is that you can hover over a message and get a set of actions to delete the message or flag it as important or sort it to a folder — and you can even customize the functions you want to see on the hover-over.

2. Mobile experience

The biggest benefit that Microsoft has in designing a new webmail service in 2012 is that it can optimize it for today’s intensely-mobile world.

“The way people do mail on their mobile phone tends to be a little different,” said Brian Hall, General Manager of Windows Live and Internet Explorer. “They don’t do as much mail management.”

With that in mind, Microsoft used the automatic folder feature as its way of helping organize and prioritize users’ inboxes in a way that can work in virtually any type of desktop or mobile email client.

“Most people on a phone or tablet use the native mail client,” said Hall. “In those instances you want to make sure you work with any inbox. It’s a different approach than Priority Inbox from Google because they have to go create clients for mobile or else it breaks Priority Inbox.”

Hall also stressed that Microsoft is focused on delivering an excellent mobile web experience. In fact, the company is so focused on the native client and mobile web experience of Outlook.com that it doesn’t currently have plans to build an app for Microsoft’s own Windows Phone 7. ”It works beautifully with the native client,” said Hall.

On the other hand, he said they are working on an Android app, because “Android devices are less likely to have an Exchange ActiveSync client.”

3. Privacy protection

One of the creepiest parts of Gmail has always been the fact that it does text-mining on your emails and uses that information to surface targeted ads. That’s the price you pay for unlimited storage and a free service. For example, if you’re emailing back-and-forth with a family member about a trip to go hiking, Gmail will simultaneously surface text ads for things like Rocky Mountain vacations, hiking boots, and protein bars. While these ads are generally unobtrusive and occasionally even useful, it still freaks out some people to realize that Google is essentially “reading their mail.” This is especially true for business professionals and others who use email to transmit potentially valuable or sensitive information.

Capitalizing on this uneasiness, Microsoft is promising that Outlook.com will not do text-mining on your inbox, while still offering its service for free and with “virtually unlimited storage.”

“We don’t scan your email content or attachments and sell this information to advertisers or any other company, and we don’t show ads in personal conversations,” Jones stated.

That doesn’t mean Outlook.com won’t have ads. There are right-column ads on the main inbox screen, but there aren’t ads on individual messages. Also, I’m sure these ads are going to be targeted based on what Microsoft knows about you in general, just not on the content of your individual messages.

4. Social integration

One of my favorite plug-ins for Gmail is Rapportive, which fills the right column in Gmail with contact information about the person you’re emailing. It draws that information from LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook (once you’ve logged in to those services) and will even show you the LinkedIn job title and latest status updates from the contact you’re emailing.

Microsoft has taken this kind of functionality and built it directly into Outlook.com, filling the right column of its message screen with this same kind of social contact data, but displaying it in a little bit simpler, cleaner way that follows the Metro UI style. Outlook.com doesn’t appear to show quite as much data as Rapportive.

However, Microsoft has taken social integration a step further. You can not only view people in your social networks from within Outlook.com and see their latest updates, but from the “People hub” you can also respond to status updates on Twitter and write on someone’s Facebook wall, all directly from Outlook.com. You can also do Facebook chat within Outlook.com. The instant messaging functionality itself is another strong feature of Outlook.com. The implementation is certainly better integrated and more usable than GTalk in Gmail.

Bottom line

Hall said Microsoft was focused on several key priorities in Outlook.com: ”Clean UI, design for tablets and all devices, connected with the services you actually use (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn), works great with [Microsoft] Office and SkyDrive, and actually prioritizes your privacy.”

Before I took a look at Outlook.com, I couldn’t imagine that there was much Microsoft could do to innovate in webmail, and I expected it to feel like a desperate late attempt to make Hotmail relevant by copying Gmail. While Outlook.com is definitely aimed squarely at Gmail, I was surprised at how fresh it feels. There’s some really useful innovation in there, and I think it’s really smart for Microsoft to go after Google on privacy. It means Outlook.com won’t be nearly as powerful of a money-maker as Gmail, but it could build some needed goodwill from users.

I also like that Microsoft isn’t afraid to admit that this is aimed directly at stealing some of Gmail’s thunder. Hall said, ”If you’re a heavy Google Docs or a Google+ user, then Gmail is probably for you. Otherwise, if you use Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Office, then Outlook [dot com] is better.”

That’s an ambitious claim. And it may just have some legs.

Mobile access to Live@edu email account


These is a general guide to accessing your live@edu email account on mobile devices using Exchange ActiveSync. Different models and operating systems may vary slightly, but you’ll still need to enter the same details.

Before you begin, you must be connected to Internet.

Windows Mobile

  1. Scroll down to the Settings option from the main apps list.
  2. Select Email and accounts.
  3. Select Add an account.
  4. Select Outlook (Exchange and Outlook Web App).
  5. Enter your Live@edu email address e.g. a.b.ccccccc@wlv.ac.uk and your password for Live@edu.
  6. Select Sign in.
  7. This will fail and you’ll be asked to check your information and try again. Leave the Domain blank and select Sign in again.
  8. Select advanced.
  9. Make sure your username is your full email address including @wlv.ac.uk.
  10. Enter the Server name: m.outlook.com.
  11. Make sure SSL encryption is turned on.
  12. Choose Sign in again.
  13. Your account is now created and you’ll see an Outlook link on your home screen.

iPhone / iPad / iPod

  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Choose the option Mail, contacts & calendars.
  3. Under accounts section, choose Add Account.
  4. Choose the Microsoft Exchange option.
  5. Complete the following fields:
  • E-mail – your Live@edu email address e.g. a.b.ccccccc@wlv.ac.uk
  • Domain – leave blank
  • Username – Your full email address including @wlv.ac.uk
  • Password Your password for Live@edu
  • Description – Can be anything you like such as WLV Live Account
  1. Click Next.
  2. If it says “Cannot verify server identity. Would you like to continue anyway?” reply “Continue”. This may happen more than once.
  3. At some point an extra field will appear, labelled Server. In this field you need to enter m.outlook.com and click Next.
  4. Afrer more verifying, you will be asked to choose the data you wish to sychronise with your mobile device. Then select Save.

Android – HTC

  1. Go to Menu > Settings.
  2. Select Accounts and sync
  3. Select Add account
  4. Choose Exchange Activesync.
  5. Choose Manual Setup.
  6. Complete the following fields
  • Your Live@edu email address – e.g. a.b.ccccccc@wlv.ac.uk
  • Server Address – m.outlook.com
  • Domain – Leave blank
  • Username – Your full email address including @wlv.ac.uk
  • Password Your password for Live@edu
  1. Make sure SSL encryption is turned on.
  2. Select Next
  3. Select the data you wish to Synchronise from the server.
  4. Select Finish Setup

Android – non-HTC

  1. Go to Menu > Email
  2. If you’ve already got an account,
    • go to Menu > Accounts
    • go to Menu > Add Account
  3. Enter your Live@edu email address – e.g. a.b.ccccccc@wlv.ac.uk
  4. Enter your password Your password for Live@edu
  5. Choose Manual setup
  6. Enter the following details:
  • Domain\Username – Your full email address including @wlv.ac.uk
  • Password Your password for Live@edu
  • Server – m.outlook.com
  1. Make sure SSL encryption is turned on.
  2. Select Next
  3. Select the data you wish to Synchronise from the server.
  4. Select Finish Setup

Blackberry Curve

  1. Go to Setup > Email Settings
  2. Select Add in Email Accounts
  3. In Email Setup select Other then Next
  4. Enter your Live@edu email address – e.g. a.b.ccccccc@wlv.ac.uk
  5. Enter your password Your password for Live@edu then select Next
  6. Select I will provide the settings and Next
  7. Select POP/IMAP and Next
  8. Make sure your email address and password are displayed then scroll down
  9. Enter the Email server: outlook.com
  10. The User name is the same as your email address
  11. Select Next, and you should see an Account Setup Confirmation screen

Accessing your Live@Edu Baruchmail.Cuny.Edu e-mail account on your mobile device or laptop (New Outlook Live settings)

Microsoft has created a web-site for Outlook Live customers that provides answers to questions pertaining to Outlook Live. Please visit help.outlook.com for answers to your commonly most questions.

On this page you will find the settings for POP, IMAP, SMTP and Activesync. Also we have provided instructions for setting up your e-mail account on your mobile device, Outlook Client as well as links for additional support.

The first step is to log into your Live@Edu Baruchmail.Cuny.Edu e-mail account via the web. Once logged into your e-mail account, click on Options and then click on See All Options.

In the middle of the page, click on settings for POP, IMAP, and SMTP access…

Here are the settings that will be displayed:

Use these settings to access your e-mail using POP, IMAP, or SMTP.

POP setting
Server name: pod51019.outlook.com
Port: 995
Encryption method: SSL

IMAP setting
Server name: pod51019.outlook.com
Port: 993
Encryption method: SSL

SMTP setting
Server name: pod51019.outlook.com
Port: 587
Encryption method: TLS

Active Sync server setting: m.outlook.com

Microsoft has provided step-by-step instructions on how to configure your e-mail client here: help.outlook.com/en-us/140/cc875966.aspx On this main page click on e-mail set-up help wizard and from the drop down arrow, select the e-mail client you need assistance with. We have provided below a few popular links.

Microsoft Outlook 2010 (PC) set-up instructions, click here.

Microsoft Outlook 2011 (MAC) set-up instructions, click here

Microsoft Entourage 2008 (MAC) set-up instructions, click here

Apple Macintosh Mac Mail set-up instructions, click here

You an click here to access Microsoft’s Mobile Phone Set-up Reference guide. This guide will allow you to select your mobile device and be provided step-by-step instructions for setting up your e-mail account on your device.

Here is a list of the more popular devices:

Apple iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

or here are the full steps for Apple devices:

  • Tap Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > Add Account.
  • Tap Microsoft Exchange.
  • You don’t need to enter anything in the Domain box. Enter the information requested in the Email, Username, and Password boxes. You need to enter your full e-mail address in the Email and Username boxes (for example, firstname.lastname@baruchmail.cuny.edu). Your username is your FULL e-mail address.
  • Tap Next on the upper-right corner of the screen. Your Apple device will try to find the settings it needs to set up your account
  • If your Apple device can’t find your settings, you’ll need to manually enter your server name into the server field. The server name is: m.outlook.com Enter the server name and click Next.
  • Choose the type of information you want to synchronize between your account and your device, and then touch Save. By default, Mail, Contacts, and Calendar information are synchronized.

Blackberry

or here are the full steps for Blackberry

  • From the BlackBerry home screen, click BlackBerry Setup > Set up Internet E-mail > Add An Email Account.
  • Type your e-mail address and password, and then click Next.
  • Your BlackBerry will try to set up your e-mail account automatically. If setup completes successfully, skip to the next step. If your e-mail account can’t be configured automatically, do the following:
    1. Click I will provide the settings to add this email account.
    2. Scroll down, and then click Next.
    3. Select Internet Service Provider Email (POP/IMAP), and then click Next.
    4. Type your full e-mail address for your user name (for example, firstname.lastname@baruchmail.cuny.edu).
    5. Scroll down and type the name of your e-mail server. Please enter information provided at the top of the page for POP or IMAP.
    6. Click Next.
    7. Enter the name of the outgoing server. Please enter information provided at the top of the page for SMTP settings.
  • Click OK to complete the setup.

Android Tablet

or here are the full steps for Android tablets:

  • From the Applications menu, select Email. This application may be named Mail on some versions of Android.
  • Type your full e-mail address, for example firstname.lastname@baruchmail.cuny.edu, and your password, and then select Next.
  • Select Exchange account. This option may be named Exchange ActiveSync on some versions of Android.
  • Enter the following account information and select Next.
    • Domain\Username���Type your full e-mail address in this box. If Domain and Username are separate text boxes in your version of Android, leave the Domain box empty and type your full e-mail address in the Username box.
    • Password���Use the password that you use to access your account.
    • Exchange Server���Use the address of your Exchange server. Please enter m.outlook.com
    • As soon as your phone verifies the server settings, the Account Options screen displays. The options available depend on the version of Android on your device. The options may include the following:
      • E-mail checking frequency���The default value is Automatic (push). When you select this option, e-mail messages will be sent to your phone as they arrive. We recommend only selecting this option if you have an unlimited data plan.
      • Amount to synchronize���This is the amount of mail you want to keep on your mobile phone. You can choose from several length options, including One day, Three days, and One week.
      • Notify me when e-mail arrives���If you select this option, your mobile phone will notify you when you receive a new e-mail message.
      • Sync contacts from this account���If you select this option, your contacts will be synchronized between your phone and your account.
    • Select Next and then type a name for this account and the name you want displayed when you send e-mail to others. Select Done to complete the e-mail setup and start using your account.

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      You may need to wait ten-to-fifteen minutes after you set up your account before you can send or receive e-mail.

Windows Phone and Windows Mobile (non 6.5 version)

Windows Phone and Windows Mobile (version 6.5)

or here are the full steps for Windows Mobile (non 6.5)

  • Tap Start > Messaging > Setup E-mail.
  • Enter your e-mail address and password, and then tap Next.
  • Make sure the check box Try to get e-mail settings automatically from the Internet is selected, and then tap Next.
    Your mobile phone will try to get settings from the Internet automatically. If this fails, tap Next. Otherwise go to step 8.
  • For Your e-mail provider, select Exchange server, and then tap Next twice.
  • Enter your e-mail address (for example ,firstname.lastname@baruchmail.cuny.edu), and then tap Next.
  • Tap in the Server box and enter your server name and then tap Next. Server name is m.outlook.com
  • Enter your user name and password, and then tap Next. Your user name is your complete e-mail address (for example, firstname.lastname@baruchmail.cuny.edu).
  • Select the check boxes for the types of items you want to view on your device, and then tap Finish.

or here are the full steps for Windows Mobile (6.5)

  • Tap Start > Messaging > Setup E-mail.
  • Enter your e-mail address and password, and then tap Next.
  • Make sure the check box Try to get e-mail settings automatically from the Internet is selected, and then tap Next.
    Your mobile phone will try to get settings from the Internet automatically. If this fails, tap Next. Otherwise go to step 8.
  • For Your e-mail provider, select Exchange server, and then tap Next twice.
  • Enter your e-mail address (for example, firstname.lastname@baruchmail.cuny.edu), and then tap Next.
  • Tap in the Server box and enter your server name and then tap Next. Server name is m.outlook.com
  • Enter your user name and password, and then tap Next. Your user name is your complete e-mail address (for example, firstname.lastname@baruchmail.cuny.edu).
  • Select the check boxes for the types of items you want to view on your device, and then tap Finish.

Configuring incoming email in SharePoint 2010 with Exchange – Step by Step Guide


Today we continue down our journey in setting up our SharePoint 2010 farm, with the focus on configuring incoming email for SharePoint 2010.  When SharePoint 2007 was released, there was a lot of discussion and rumors around Exchange 2007 being the last version of Exchange to provide Public Folder support, and that SharePoint 2007 was going to be it’s alternative. Microsoft quickly changed its stance and continues to support Public folders in Exchange 2010.  However, there still might be a number of compelling reasons why you would want to consider storing incoming email messages in SharePoint 2010 document libraries, instead of public folders.  You can read more about the benefits of using email-enabled SharePoint libraries in one of my article’s here.

In today’s post, I will provide you with a comprehensive step by step guide in configuring your SharePoint 2010 server in conjunction with Exchange 2010, to provide successful delivery of incoming email directly to your SharePoint Web Applications.

The environment

This article builds on the SharePoint Farm setup that I have documented here. It consists of the following servers which would form a common basis in most large organizations.

  • Windows 2008 R2 server running Active Directory Domain Services
  • Windows 2008 R2 server running SQL 2008 R2
  • Windows 2008 R2 server running SharePoint 2010 RTM
  • Windows 2008 R2 server running Exchange 2010 RTM
  • Windows 7 client running Office 2010 RTM

The SMTP service

SharePoint 2010 is reliant on the SMTP service which is a Windows 2008 feature and we must install this on our SharePoint 2010 front-end web server.

Navigate to your Start Menu / Administrative Tools / Server Manager.  Click on the Features node and select Add Feature.  Scroll down and select SMTP Server and click on Add Required Role Services.

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Click Next, Next and Install.

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Click Close

We now need to install the II 6.0 Management Tools on our Windows 2008 R2 server in order to configure our SMTP service.  If IIS 6.0 Manager is not already installed you must do so via, Start / Administrative Tools / Server Manager.  Click on the Roles node and select Role / Add Role Services.  Then select Management Tools and IIS 6 Management compatibility.  Click Install.

We can now launch the IIS 6 Manager via Start / Administrative Tools.

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Right click on SMTP Virtual Server #1 and select properties.

Under the General tab, I have enabled logging and encourage doing so at the start in the event we need to do some troubleshooting.  You can turn logging off after successful testing.

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Click on the next tab, “Access”.

Click on “Authentication” and ensure that Anonymous access is selected.

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Next, click on “Connection” and ensure “All except the list below” is selected.

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Finally, click on “Relay”, and ensure that “Only the list below” is selected and that “Allow all computers which successfully authenticate to relay, regardless of the list above” is also checked.

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Now click on the Messages Tab and make any necessary adjustments that you see fit, such as potentially increasing the message size to allow for the delivery of larger emails with attachments into your SharePoint Libraries and Lists.

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Next click on the Delivery Tab in which I normally leave all the defaults in place.

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We can skip the LDAP routing tab as there are no settings required to be configured in this area.

Lastly, the Security tab should list the default permissions as per the below.  No changes are necessary in this area.

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We next journey into the “Domains” are within IIS 6 Manager and a domain name should be listed, which by default is the fully qualified domain name of the machine.

Right click on the Domain Name and select properties and take note of the Drop directory.

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Finally, we now just need to confirm that our SMTP service is set to start automatically in the event the server is restarted.  I can tell you now that the service is by default set to Manual.

Venture into Start / Administrative Tools / Services.

Scroll down your list of services and ensure that the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) is set to Start-up type, Automatic.

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We have now completed the configuration of our SMTP service on our SharePoint Server.

Exchange 2007/2010 Connectors

Part two of the implementation of configuring incoming email in SharePoint is to configure our connectors in Microsoft Exchange.  Now even though this is not a requirement, most organisations running SharePoint 2010 or 2007 will also be running a recent version of Microsoft Exchange, hopefully either 2007 or 2010.  Exchange 2010 or 2007 will provide you with that extra layer of protection ensuring that all the necessary message hygiene has been performed via its inbuilt Anti Spam Agents on the Edge or Hub Transport Server in conjunction with some form of email antivirus such as Microsoft’s Forefront for Exchange, before the message is delivered to the SharePoint 2010 List or Library.

My instructions and screen captures below are from an Exchange 2010 server which are pretty much identical and applicable to Exchange 2007.

Let’s begin by launching the Exchange Management Console / Organization Configuration / Hub Transport.

Click on Send Connectors / Actions / New Send Connector.

Type in a descriptive name for your Send Connector and then select Internal as the type.

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Click Add and enter the Address space as the fully qualified domain name of the server where the SMTP service is installed (i.e. your SharePoint Server)

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Click Next

Enter the IP address of the server which also hosts the SMTP service.

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Click Next

Select “None” as your smart host authentication settings

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Click Next

Ensure your Hub Transport Server has been added.

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Click Next

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Click New and then click Finish

The end result will be that the Send connector will route email to the SMTP service sitting on our SharePoint Server.

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The Directory Management Service

SharePoint 2010 allows you to leverage Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) so that contacts that are created when you email enable document libraries or lists are stored in a designated Organizational Unit within your AD DS infrastructure.  So why would you want to enable Directory Management Service?  Purely for the fact that by storing these contacts in AD, you are allowing your users to locate email enabled libraries and lists easily from within their Outlook Address book.

Let’s begin by creating an Organizational Unit in Active Directory.

From your Active Directory server, click Start / Administrative Tools / Active Directory Users and Computers.

Right click on your domain object and select New / Organizational Unit

Type in a descriptive name

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Click Ok.

The next step is imperative and very important that we get this right.  I have seen on many occasions where incorrect permissions were applied and all sorts of problems were encountered when libraries or list were email enabled.

In summary, we need to provide our Central Administration Application pool identity account specific permissions to our recently created Organizational Unit to be used for creating and deleting contacts for our SharePoint 2010 libraries and lists when they are either email enabled or email disabled.

Right click on the recently created Organizational Unit and click on Delegate Control.  This will invoke the Delegation of Control Wizard.

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Click Next.

We will now add the Central Administration application pool account which you can confirm from IIS Manager as per the below screen capture.

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Add the necessary Account.

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Click Next.

Click Create a custom task to delegate.

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Click Next

Click “This folder, existing objects in this folder, and creation of new objects in this folder’.

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Click Next

Click on Create All Child Objects and Delete All Child Objects.

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Click Finish.

Before we finish off our configuration of AD DS and the Directory Management Service we need to provide our Central Administration application pool account with Delete Subtree permissions.

We need to ensure that “Advanced Features” from within Active Directory Users and Computers (ADUC) is active before we venture into the security tab of our SharePoint organizational unit.  If you do not enable Advanced Features, the security tab will not be visible.

From within ADUC, click on View and select Advanced Features.

Right click on our SharePoint 2010 Organizational Unit and select Properties.

Click on the Security Tab / Advanced /and Edit the CA Application Pool Identity Account.

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Select Allow for “Delete Subtree”

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Click on OK and Apply.

After assigning these permissions, you must run IISRESET on your SharePoint server.

Configuring Incoming e-mail settings in Central Administration

Navigate to Central Administration / System Settings / Configure incoming e-mail settings.

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Select Yes to “Enable site on this server to receive e-mail”

Select “Automatic” for Setting mode.

Select “Yes” to use the SharePoint Directory Management Service to create distributions groups and contacts.

Enter your Active Directory container details, i.e. the Organizational Unit container that we created specifically for our SharePoint 2010 contacts.

Ensure that your SMTP server details are correct, this should be the fully qualified domain name of your SMTP service that was installed on your SharePoint Server.

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Finally, ensure “Accept mail from all e-mail servers” is selected.

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Click OK.

Please note that this process will configure the necessary permissions on the email drop folder listed in IIS 6 Manager.  In summary, the following permissions are added;

WSS_Admin_WPG – Full Control and

WSS_WPG – Read & Execute / List folder Contents / Read

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Ensure that these accounts are added successfully and on the rare occasion in which it isn’t, you will need to add them manually.

Testing the configuration

From within any document library or list, click on Library / Library Settings.

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Click on Incoming e-mail settings.

Select “Yes” to allow this document library to receive e-mail.

Select your email attachment options and ensure that Save original e-mail is set to Yes.

Lastly, ensure that you Accept e-mail messages from any sender is selected.

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Click OK.

This is your first step to ensure that all of the above configuration is in place.  If you do receive an error, it’s most likely going to be permissions related against your Organizational Unit, i.e. SharePoint may not have the privilege to add the contact in Active Directory.

Let’s navigate back to ADUC and confirm that our “testing” contact is created under the SharePoint 2010 Contacts Organizational Unit.

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Let’s next navigate to our Exchange 2010 server and ensure it is also listed there with an SMTP address against it.

Launch your Microsoft Exchange Management console and navigate to Recipient Configuration / Mail contact.

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Right click on the Contact and select Properties / E-Mail Addresses.

Ensure that both an internal and external routable email address is listed.

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From your favorite email client, send a test email to the document libraries’ external SMTP address.

Navigate to your recently email enabled document library and hopefully after a couple of minutes (SharePoint Job timer service delay) you should have received your test email.

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Well! That’s all that is to it, from start to finish.  Apart from sending a test email, there are a couple of other scenarios that you should test to ensure complete seamless integration with the SharePoint 2010 Directory Management Service.  Within the same document library, modify the email address to something different and ensure that this change also flows through to Active Directory. You should also try disabling incoming email from that same library and ensure that the contact is completely removed from Active Directory.  If you pass all of these tests scenarios, then we are comfortable in knowing that the correct delegation was provided to our Central Administration Pool Account against our SharePoint Contacts Organizational Unit.

I hope you have found this step by step guide in configuring incoming email in SharePoint 2010 with Exchange useful, so stay tuned as we continue our journey in configuring our SharePoint 2010 Farm.

Configuring outgoing email in SharePoint 2010 with Exchange 2010 – Step by Step Guide


 

I provided you with a guide in setting up your SharePoint 2010 farm providing it with the capabilities in receiving incoming email which can then be delivered directly to your SharePoint libraries and or lists. Today we wrap up our 2 part series on email flow in SharePoint 2010 in which I will provide you with another step by step guide in configuring your SharePoint Farm in order for it to send outgoing emails through your Microsoft Exchange server.

The environment

This article builds on the SharePoint Farm setup that I have documented here. It consists of the following servers which would form a common basis in most large organizations.

  • Windows 2008 R2 server running Active Directory Domain Services
  • Windows 2008 R2 server running SQL 2008 R2
  • Windows 2008 R2 server running SharePoint 2010 RTM
  • Windows 2008 R2 server running Exchange 2010 RTM
  • Windows 7 client running Office 2010 RTM

SharePoint 2010 allows you to configure any SMTP service including the one which I had setup in my previous article to send outgoing email, however we will utilise Exchange 2010 (same instructions apply for Exchange 2007) to provide email delivery to our end users. Instructions on configuring the SMTP service (i.e. you are not using Microsoft Exchange in your environment) can be found on TechNet.

Creating a Receive Connector in Exchange 2010

If you recall from my previous article when we were configuring incoming email, we created a “Send Connector” in Exchange to forward the messages to the SMTP service that we had configured and installed. This time round we will create a “Receive Connector” in Exchange 2010.

Launch the Exchange Management Console and navigate to Server Configuration / Hub Transport / New Receive Connector. The New Receive Connector wizard is invoked.

Enter a descriptive name and ensure “Custom” is selected as the intended use.

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Click Next

Leave “All Available IPv4” in your Local Network settings unless you have specific Exchange IP requirements.

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Click Next

Edit the IP address of your SharePoint 2010 server.

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Click Next

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Click New

You will now notice that our SharePoint 2010 Outgoing mail connector is listed with our default Exchange 2010 Receive Connectors.. image thumb43 Configuring outgoing email in SharePoint 2010 with Exchange 2010   Step by Step Guide

We will now venture into its properties and make a minor permission change. Click on the “Permission Groups” tab and select Anonymous users.

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Click Apply.

Configuring outgoing email in SharePoint 2010 Central Administration

Launch Central Administration and navigate to System Settings / E-Mail and Test Messages / Configure outgoing e-mail settings.

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Enter your Outbound SMTP server, i.e. your Exchange server where we created our receive connector and specify a From and Reply-to address.

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Click OK

Testing our configuration

Lets navigate to our SharePoint 2010 web application and create an Alert . In my example I will create an immediate alert for Announcements.

Navigate to your Announcement List and click on List Tools/List and then click on “Alert Me” located in the ribbon interface.

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Select “Set alert on this list” and select your Alert options. Ensure that you have “send notifications immediately” selected for testing purposes.

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Click OK

You should receive your notification email that you have successfully subscribed soon after creating your alert.

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I will now create a Test Announcement to ensure that the actual alert is delivered.

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Alas! 5 minutes later (based on the immediate timer job definition schedule) we have received our email alert confirming that our SharePoint configuration with Exchange was successful.

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Did you know that you can also configure outgoing email for a specific Web application? You might want to do this if you have multiple SharePoint Web Applications hosting specific site collections and would want a different From and or Reply Address setup.

Even though we are now going to configure outgoing email for a specific Web application, you are still required to setup the default farm outgoing email settings as per the above.

Configuring outgoing email for a specific Web application in SharePoint 2010 Central Administration

Launch Central Administration / Application Management / Manage Web Applications.

Select one of your Web Applications and then select “General Settings” from the Ribbon.

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Select “Outgoing E-Mail” from the drop down.

It will pick up your default farm settings that we entered in earlier in which you can now change the From and Reply-to address to something more specific for the selected Web application.

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Click OK

CÔNG TY TNHH NOVA SỐ – NOVA DIGITAL CO., LTD


LỊCH SỬ HÌNH THÀNH.

Cty TNHH NOVA DIGITAL được thành lập dưới sự tham gia cố vấn và đầu tư từ những chuyên gia công nghệ cao Microsoft, VMware, IBM, EMC với định hướng phát triển trở thành một trong những đơn vị hàng đầu về Sản xuất phần mềm Giải pháp, Tư vấn giải pháp, Dịch vụ Triển khai các Giải pháp phần mềm CNTT trong Quản lý Doanh nghiệp và Điều hành các hệ thống giải pháp Điện toán đám mây.

Đội ngũ nhân sự có năng lực, kinh nghiệm trên 10 năm về triển khai và đào tạo công nghệ, sở hữu nhiều chứng chỉ Quốc tế quan trọng đảm bảo khả năng cạnh tranh trong việc phát triển dịch vụ Đào tạo và triển khai giải pháp CNTT tại Việt Nam và các nước ĐNÁ.

LĨNH VỰC HOẠT ĐỘNG

Công ty TNHH NOVA DIGITAL hoạt động trong lĩnh vực Sản xuất phẩm mềm Quản lý bằng CNTT, Dịch vụ triển khai và Đào tạo CNTT với thế mạnh nhiều năm kinh nghiệm:

  • Phát triển dịch vụ đào tạo chuyên ngành Công nghệ thông tin – Kinh tế và Viễn thông.
  • Đối tác Hợp tác cung cấp các giải pháp CNTT cho 3 Hiệp hội chuyên ngành:
    • Hiệp hội Chế biến và Xuất khẩu Thuỷ sản Việt Nam – VASEP (hơn 500 Doanh nghiệp thành viên trong các lĩnh vực XNK, Chế biến, Sản xuất, Ngân hàng, Thương mại Thuỷ sản).  website: http://www.vasep.com.vn/ 
    • Hiệp hội Gỗ và Lâm sản Việt Nam (hơn 300 Doanh nghiệp thành viên trong các lĩnh vực XNK, chế biến, sản xuất, Ngân hàng, Thương mại Gỗ – nội thất). website:  http://vietfores.org/
    • Hiệp hội Chế biến và xuất khẩu Chè Việt Nam – VITAS ( hơn 80 Doanh nghiệp thành viên trong các lĩnh vực XNK, chế biến, sản xuất, Ngân hàng, Thương mại Chè – ẩm thực Việt Nam).  Website: http://www.vitas.org.vn
  • Các giải pháp phần mềm tin học vào ứng dụng cho doanh nghiệp vừa và nhỏ như:
    • Office 365 Cloud.
    • Cung cấp các phần mềm bản quyền của Microsoft, VMware, Lạc Việt cho Doanh nghiệp Việt Nam.
    • Chứng thư số của Viettel ISP cho khai báo thuế Việt Nam.
    • Hệ thống SMS của Viettel Telecom cho Quản lý sản xuất – Kinh tế.
  • Cung cấp giải phải pháp phần mềm tin học ứng dụng trong trường học Phổ thông và Đại học.
    • Hệ thống SMS của Viettel Telecom cho Quản lý Trường Đại học.
    • Hệ thống SMS Học bạ cho Quản lý Trường Phổ thông.
  • Đối tác triển khai giải pháp duy nhất của Microsoft Live@edu tại Việt Nam.
    • Triển khai hệ thống Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, Forefront Protection for Exchange Online, Skydrive.
    • Tích hợp hệ thống ADSync với Windows Live ID và SSO.
    • Triển khai các giải pháp SSO giữa Moodle hoặc SharePoint On-premise với Outlook Live.
    • Dịch vụ Đào tạo Live@edu for Administrators và Giáo viên các Trường Phổ thông – Đại học.
  • Đối tác duy nhất triển khai nâng cấp Office365 Education của Microsoft tại Việt Nam.
    • Nâng cấp từ Microsoft Live@edu sang Office 365 cho 300 trường PTCS, 128 trường PTTH, 40 Trường CĐ- Trung học chuyên nghiệp, 37 Trường Đại học,  20 Viện và Sau Đại học tại 39 tỉnh thành Việt Nam.
    • Cung cấp phần mềm và triển khai các giải pháp tích hợp, khai thác Office 365 cho toàn bộ các Trường tại Việt Nam.
    • Dịch vụ đào tạo Office 365 gồm 3 môn chuẩn của Microsoft:
      • Course 70-321 Deploying Office 365.
      • Course 70-323 Administering Office 365 for SMB.
      • Course 74-324 End User Office365 training.
  • Đại lý chính thức AER và LAR của Microsoft cung cấp phần mềm giáo dục tại Việt Nam.
  • Đối tác đạo tạo University và Triển khai giải pháp Ảo hoá Chuyên nghiệp của VMware tại Việt Nam.
    • Đại lý sản phẩm phần mềm ảo hoá VMware.
    • Đối tác đào tạo uỷ quyền của VMware tại Việt Nam.
    • Đối tác triển khai Service Solution IT Professional of VMware.
  • Trung tâm thi chứng chỉ Công nghệ Thông tin Quốc tế Prometric, Pearson Vue.
  • Xây dựng trang web điện tử, xây dựng cổng thông tin Doanh nghiệp.

 

CƠ CẤU TỔ CHỨC & NHÂN SỰ

Để thực hiện các chức năng nhiệm vụ phát triển dịch vụ Đào tạo, định hướng kinh doanh, cung cấp các giải pháp ứng dụng CNTT, đảm bảo dịch vụ hỗ trợ khách hàng và duy trì hoạt động của Trung tâm một cách hiệu quả, NOVA Digital đã xây dựng một cơ cấu tổ chức một cách chặt chẽ, hợp lý bao gồm các phòng ban có mối quan hệ hỗ trợ và phối hợp đồng bộ tạo nên một sức mạnh tập thể. Đáp ứng và cung cấp các dịch vụ phục vụ khách hàng Doanh nghiệp một cách toàn diện, chu đáo.

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CEO: Giám đốc điều hành

CIO: Giám đốc kỹ thuật.

CMO: Giám đốc quản lý đối tác.

CFO: Trưởng quản lý tài chính kế toán.

AM: Quản lý khách hàng.

CCO: Trưởng quản lý chăm sóc khách hàng.

CTO: Trưởng quản lý kỹ thuật và triển khai hỗ trợ kỹ thuật Khách hàng.

 

NỀN TẢNG CÔNG NGHỆ – CHỨNG CHỈ NĂNG LỰC

Chứng chỉ công nghệ Microsoft MCP:

          Chứng chỉ chuyên ngành cao cấp về hệ thống mạng (MCITP)

          Chứng chỉ chuyên gia CNTT về SharePoint 2010 (MCM).

          Chứng chỉ chuyên gia CNTT về Dynamic CRM.

          Chứng chỉ chuyên gia về Đào tạo CNTT của Microsoft (MCT)

Partner Microsoft Live@edu

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Đối tác duy nhất triển khai Microsoft Live@edu tại Việt Nam.

Microsoft Licensing Sales Specialist LAR & AER

Chứng chỉ cấp phép bán hàng chuyên khối Doanh nghiệp, chính phủ và Giáo dục.

 

Microsoft Office Specialist

Chứng chỉ chuyên ngành về hoạt động nghiệp vụ văn phòng

Microsoft Learning Solution

Ủy quyền của Microsoft về cung cấp các giải pháp cho Giáo dục và Đào tạo

Microsoft SharePoint Platform

          Cung cấp giải pháp Cổng thông tin điện tử và Microsoft Learning Gateway theo nền tảng SharePoint.

          Gia công phần mềm, triển khai dịch vụ hỗ trợ kỹ thuật cho các Trường Quốc tế và Đại học như: Hanoi University of Pharmacy – http://www.hup.edu.vn , UNISHANOI: http://portal.unishanoi.org

Microsoft Dynamic CRM

Giải pháp triển khai hệ thống Chăm sóc khách hàng

Microsoft Business Intelligence

          Giải pháp Doanh nghiệp thông minh chuyên cung cấp giải pháp BI 2008, BI 2012 trên nền Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012 cho Hải Quan Việt Nam và Hiệp hội CBXN TS VASEP, Hiệp hội Chè VITAS.

Đối tác của SourceCode

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Chuyên triển khai giải pháp “Business Process Management Solution” cho Doanh nghiệp Viễn thông Viettel Telecom tại 64 tỉnh thành.

Khảo thí thi chứng chỉ Quốc tế

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          Chuyên tổ chức thi chứng chỉ CNTT của Microsoft, IBM, WMware.


SẢN PHẨM, GIẢI PHÁP & DỊCH VỤ

1.      Chương trình Microsoft Partner Program

          Đối tác của Microsoft phát triển mạng lưới và đánh giá, xác thực năng lực đối tác tại Việt Nam.

          Phát triển các gói sản phẩm, giải pháp cho các doanh nghiệp, đối tác.

          Đại lý chính thức cung cấp các phần mềm có bản quyền tại Việt Nam.

2.      Chương trình Microsoft LAR & AER (Microsoft Authorized Education Resller)

Tư vấn, cung cấp và đào tạo khai thác các phần mềm có bản quyền của Microsoft cho các đơn vị là Trường Đại học, Cao đẳng, THPT…

3.      Chương trình Live@edu và Office365 Cloud

Đối tác độc quyền triển khai cung cấp gói dịch vụ Microsoft Cloud miễn phí cho khối Giáo dục tại Việt Nam, Lào, Campuchia bao gồm:

          Hệ thống Email trực tuyến.

          Hệ thống cổng thông tin giáo dục trực tuyến.

          Hệ thống hội thảo trực tuyến.

          Hệ thống Microsoft Office trực tuyến.

          Hệ thống Dynamic CRM trực tuyến.

          Dịch vụ hỗ trợ, tư vấn và triển khai kỹ thuật Microsoft Cloud.

4.      Giải pháp phần mềm dựa trên nền tảng hạ tầng SharePoint và .Net Framework

          Cung cấp giải pháp cổng thông tin quản lý nội dung giáo trình, giáo án, trắc nghiệm cho khối giáo dục.

          Cung cấp giải pháp cổng thông tin quản lý nội dung giáo trình, giáo án, trắc nghiệm cho khối doanh nghiệp quản trị nhân sự.

5.      Giải pháp dịch vụ gia tăng trên di động (SMS Mobile)

Cung cấp giải pháp quản lý học sinh, sinh viên và phản hồi thông tin qua tổng đài nhắn tin thuê bao điện thoại di động.

6.      Phòng thi chứng chỉ Quốc tế được khảo thí ủy quyền của Prometric và Pearson Vue

Phòng thi đạt tiêu chuẩn Quốc tế được Prometric ủy quyền cho phép học viên thi và nhận các chứng chỉ chuyên ngành CNTT đạt chuẩn Quốc tế tại Việt Nam.

7.      Giải pháp ảo hóa hệ thống VMware

Đối tác độc quyền của VMware tại Việt Nam

          Tư vấn giải pháp.

          Triển khai hạ tầng.

          Đào tạo và chuyển giao công nghệ.

8.      Giải pháp phát triển dịch vụ trực tuyến trên nền Microsoft Cloud computing

Đối tác duy nhất tại Việt nam tư vấn, triển khai, đào tạo và chuyển giao công nghệ về các giải pháp trên nền Microsoft Cloud Apps.

KHÁCH HÀNG TIÊU BIỂU

Các thành viên xây dựng NOVA DIGITAL đều là những người có từ 10 – 16 năm kinh nghiệm triển khai trong các lĩnh vực:

1.      Dầu khí: PVOL

2.      Ngân hàng: Vietin Bank, VP Bank

3.      Bảo hiểm: Prudential, Manulife

4.      Vinamilk

5.      Đào tạo: RMIT University, de Heus, HUP, HUBT, HCMUT, NEU, HLU, Nhất Nghệ, DNU, HUESTAR.

6.      Hải Quan: Hải Quan Việt nam, FAO – FIIU – WCOO.

7.      Viễn Thông: Viettel Telecom.

8.      Truyền hình: VTC, Viettel Media, Mobiphone Media, PGM Senvang, HTC

 

CÁC DỰ ÁN TIÊU BIỂU ĐÃ THỰC HIỆN

Khách hàng Doanh nghiệp

Thời gian

Sản phẩm và dịch vụ cung cấp

Viettel Telecom

(64 tỉnh thành, 6000 người dùng).

2007

Giải pháp Quản lý Quy trình về Hợp đồng Mua Bán

của  K2Workflow SourceCode trên nền SharePoint Office 2007 Server

Microsoft

2008

Mô hình giải pháp SMS Mobile ứng dụng cho Nông thôn

VASEP

2011

Cổng thông tin chuyên ngành Thủy sản

http://www.vasep.com.vn

VITAS

2010

Công thông tin nội bộ Hiệp hội Chè

http://portal.vitas.org.vn

Microsoft for Education

Từ 2008 đến nay

Chương trình Live@edu triển khai tại Việt Nam cho:

– 300 trường PTCS

– 128 trường PTTH

– 40 Trường CĐ- Trung học chuyên nghiệp

– 37 Trường Đại học

– 20 Viện và Sau Đại học tại 39 tỉnh thành Việt Nam.

– 15 Trường Quốc tế.

VISC

2012

Trang học bạ trực tuyến Hocba.vn

http://hocba.vn

Viettel CA

2010

Cung cấp chữ ký số cho các ngành Thuế, Hải quan điện tử và các Doanh nghiệp thuê Hosting máy chủ.

NAT&L

2009

Tư vấn và triển khai giải pháp Mobile SMS Gateway của Microsoft UPG tại nhà máy mía đường Nghệ An.

Bộ Nông nghiệp (MART)

2009

Triển khai giải pháp thống kê giá nông nghiệp qua Mobile (Microsoft Project MIDAS)

Khách hàng GIÁO DỤC

Thời gian

Sản phẩm và dịch vụ cung cấp

Đại học Dược HN (Hanoi University of Pharmacy)

11.000 người dùng

2010

Triển khai giải pháp hạ tầng Web hosting, Sharepoint portal, Learning Geatway, hội thảo trực tuyến bằng Microsoft Lync Online.

Website: http://www.hup.edu.vn

Kiểu dự án: Lai ghép điện toán đám mây

Đại học Văn Lang

25.000 người dùng

2009

Triển khai dịch vụ hạ tầng Outlook Live, Moodle tích hợp Windows Live ID.

Website: http://www.vanlanguni.edu.vn/

Kiểu dự án: Lai ghép điện toán đám mây

Đại học Bách Khoa TP.HCM

35.000 người dùng

2009

Triển khai dịch vụ hạ tầng Outlook Live, PSA tích hợp Windows Live ID.

Website: http://www.hcmut.edu.vn/en

Kiểu dự án: Cloud and On-Premise

Đại học Tôn Đức Thắng

45.000 người dùng

2010

Triển khai dịch vụ hạ tầng Outlook Live, PowerShell đồng bộ dữ liệu người dùng.

Website: http://english.tdt.edu.vn/ 

Kiểu dự án: Lai ghép điện toán đám mây

Đại học Đà nẵng

32.000 người dùng

2009

Triển khai dịch vụ hạ tầng Outlook Live, PowerShell đồng bộ dữ liệu người dùng.

Triển khai Cổng thông tin Moodle Learning với Windows Live ID.

Website: http://www.dnu.edu.vn

Kiểu dự án: Lai ghép điện toán đám mây

Đại Học Dân lập Thăng Long

9000 người dùng

2008

Triển khai dịch vụ hạ tầng Outlook Live, PowerShell đồng bộ dữ liệu người dùng.

Triển khai Cổng thông tin Joomla với Windows Live ID.

Website: http://thanglong.edu.vn/

Kiểu dự án: Lai ghép điện toán đám mây

Đại học Đông Đô

5000 người dùng

2009

Triển khai dịch vụ hạ tầng Outlook Live, PowerShell đồng bộ dữ liệu người dùng.

Triển khai Cổng thông tin ASP.Net với Windows Live ID.

Website: http://www.dongdo.edu.vn

Kiểu dự án: Lai ghép điện toán đám mây

Đại học Quản trị Kinh Doanh Công nghệ HUBT

25.000 người dùng

2010

Triển khai dịch vụ hạ tầng Outlook Live, PowerShell đồng bộ dữ liệu người dùng.

Triển khai Cổng thông tin Moodle Learning với Windows Live ID.

Website: http://www.hubt.edu.vn

Kiểu dự án: Lai ghép điện toán đám mây

Khách hàng GIÁO DỤC QUỐC TẾ

Thời gian

Sản phẩm và dịch vụ cung cấp

Australian International School – Vietnam

 

1000 người dùng

2012 đến nay

Triển khai dịch vụ hạ tầng Outlook Live, PowerShell đồng bộ dữ liệu người dùng.

Triển khai Cổng thông tin SharePoint 2010 với Windows Live ID và SSO.

Website: http://www.aisvietnam.com

Kiểu dự án: Lai ghép điện toán đám mây

Kinder World Group

2000 người dùng

2010

Triển khai dịch vụ hạ tầng Outlook Live, PowerShell đồng bộ dữ liệu người dùng.

Triển khai Cổng thông tin Joomla với Windows Live ID và SSO.

Website: http://kinderworld.net/

Kiểu dự án: Lai ghép điện toán đám mây

the International School Ho Chi Minh City (ISHCMC)

3000 người dùng

2011

Triển khai dịch vụ hạ tầng Outlook Live, PowerShell đồng bộ dữ liệu người dùng.

Triển khai Cổng thông tin Joomla với Windows Live ID và SSO.

http://www.ishcmc.com/

UnisHanoi

1000 người dùng

2012 đến nay

Tư vấn giải pháp SharePoint, Exchange và triển khai Hạ dịch vụ quản lý hệ thống trọn gói

http://portal.unishanoi.org

 

ĐỐI TÁC CHIẾN LƯỢC CỦA NOVA DIGITAL

Doanh nghiệp mạnh về cung cấp giải pháp, thiết bị, dịch vụ  và phần mềm CNTT

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Microsoft Small Business Specialist

Đối tác triển khai dịch vụ Office 365 cho Trường CĐ, ĐH và Doanh nghiệp

Đối tác chuyên triển khai và đào tạo các giải pháp Cổng thông tin SharePoint, BizTalk, SQL, Lync và Office Online.

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Solution Service IT Professional

Đối tác chuyên triển khai giải pháp Ảo hoá vCenter & vCloud mạng Doanh nghiệp cho các Trường CĐ, ĐH và Doanh nghiệp.

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Solution Service NAS Professional

Đối tác chuyên triển khai giải pháp Lưu trữ mạng nội bộ và Điện toán đám mây NAS to LAN & vCloud cho các Trường CĐ, ĐH và Doanh nghiệp.

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 Service Provider SERVER & SAN Professional

Đối tác chuyên triển khai giải pháp Máy chủ Server & SAN cho các Trường CĐ, ĐH và Doanh nghiệp.

 

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          Đối tác tư vấn và triển khai hệ thống phần mềm giải pháp dịch vụ khai báo Hải quan “E-Manifest Vietnam Customs”.

          Đối tác tư vấn và triển khai hệ thống Quản lý Nội dung số Truyền hình Viễn thông Viettel Media.

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          Đối tác tư vấn và triển khai sản phẩm phần mềm Quản lý tài chính Khách hàng Doanh nghiệp ERP.

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          Đối tác tư vấn và triển khai hệ thống Quản lý Nội dung số Truyền hình Tin tức VTC Media.

          Đối tác tư vấn và triển khai hạ tầng ảo hoá trong Đào tạo CNTT VTC Labs Management.

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          Đối tác tư vấn và triển khai hệ thống Quản lý dịch vụ Ảo hoá Điện toán đám mây vCloud CMC IDC HCMC.

 

Doanh nghiệp tiên phong trong lĩnh vực Đào tạo CNTT

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1.      Viện Đào tạo Công nghệ và Quản trị Robusta

2.      IPMAC.

3.      IT Academic Thang Long.

4.      NetPro IT Academic.

5.      Trung tâm CNTT Đại học Kinh doanh và Công nghệ Hà nội.

6.      Viện đào tạo CNTT & Viễn thông – Đại Học Mở Hà Nội.

7.      Viện Đào tạo Công nghệ sau đại học – Đại Học Bách Khoa Hà nội.

8.      Học viện CNTT – Kinh tế Quốc Dân.

9.      Trường Cao đẳng Công nghiệp Huế.

10.  Nhất Nghệ.

 

Đối tác Hiệp hội Doanh nghiệp Thông tấn

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          14 năm Đối tác tư vấn và triển khai hỗ trợ nâng cao năng lực CNTT tại Hiệp hội Doanh nghiệp thủy sản Việt Nam (VASEP)

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          4 năm Đối tác tư vấn và triển khai xây dựng, đào tạo năng lực quản lý nghiệp vụ văn phòng tại Hiệp hội Chè Việt Nam (VITAS)

 

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          14 năm làm Đối tác tư vấn và hỗ trợ kỹ thuật  CNTT tại Doanh nghiệp sản xuất và chế biến đồ Gỗ nội thất trực thuộc Hội Gỗ Việt Nam

ĐỊNH HƯỚNG PHÁT TRIỂN TRONG TƯƠNG LAI

Chúng tôi cam kết

          Chất lượng dịch vụ là kim chỉ nam cho mọi hoạt động của chúng tôi do đó chúng tôi luôn tập trung để thỏa mãn yêu cầu của khách hàng với tinh thần phục vụ tận tụy và sự hiểu biết sâu sắc về nhu cầu đề ra.

          Cùng với đó chúng tôi không ngừng nâng cao năng lực công nghệ và cải tiến quy trình chất lượng nhằm cung cấp những sản phẩm và dịch vụ có chất lượng tốt nhất.

          Chân thành, chủ động trong việc xây dựng quan hệ đối tác để cùng phát triển.

          Đoàn kết nội bộ, nỗ lực phấn đấu vì một sự nghiệp Giáo dục tiến bộ.

          Tái đầu tư xã hội thông qua các hoạt động Giáo dục cộng đồng.

Chiến lược phát triển

          Chúng tôi không ngừng đầu tư để đảm bảo luôn đi trước và đón đầu công nghệ tiên tiến dựa trên những đối tác chiến lược lâu năm.

          Không ngừng mở rộng quan hệ đối tác tạo cơ hội phát triển lớn mạnh.

          Xây dựng mạng lưới khách hàng sâu rộng và bền vững.

          Đẩy mạnh công tác đào tạo, chuyển giao công nghệ với các hãng đối tác.

          Xây dựng chiến lược nhân sự ổn định dựa trên triết lý nhân bản sâu sắc.

          Hướng tới mục tiêu trở một trong những đơn vị tiên phong về cung cấp dịch vụ đào tạo và giải pháp công nghệ tại khu vực Châu Á Thái Bình Dương.

 

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