Exchange Administrator

Exchange Administrator is the primary tool for managing the sites, servers, services, and recipients in a Microsoft Exchange organization.

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What is Exchange Administrator?

The primary tool for managing the sites, servers, services, and recipients in a Microsoft Exchange organization. The Exchange Administrator program can be installed on a computer running Microsoft Exchange Server during setup, or as a stand-alone administrative tool on a server or workstation running Microsoft Windows NT or Windows 2000, provided that the machine can establish a remote procedure call (RPC) connection with all Exchange servers it wants to administer.

The Exchange Administrator program provides a view of the Exchange directory hierarchy for the organization. Using the menus, toolbars, and property sheets for directory objects, administrators can configure all aspects of their Exchange sites, services, connectors, gateways, recipients, and other Exchange components. Exchange Administrator provides a two-pane view similar to Windows Explorer, including

  • Container pane (left):
    Displays all container objects in the organization’s directory hierarchy.

     

  • Contents pane (right):
    Shows the contents of the currently selected container in the container pane. The contents of a container can be leaf objects, other containers, or both.

    Graphic E-8. Exchange Administrator.