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Guidance with Exchange 2007

I work for a company which just lost our senior server administrator. It was not an amicable separation. The responsibility has been left with me alone to run and maintain all of our systems. Unfortunately, there is absolutely no process documentation for anything. Previously I was responsible for anything IT less server admin. I have a good understanding of server systems and run servers at home etc... just not much experience in our live environment. I feel Exchange 2007 is my greatest weakness. Is there a list of best practices or industry standards? I sure would appreciate any advice on how or how often to schedule maintainance, optimize it and keep it up and running.  
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pukyplayCommented:
i would suggest at first:
- watch videos provided by cbt nuggest (exchange (you can finde some online if you cant afford to buy)
- best site for how to do stuff is http://www.msexchange.org/

I was in simmular situation in January,so good luck!!!

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Statick001Commented:
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suffixxAuthor Commented:
Thanks Guys!
Opps looks like I closed the question?
Kind of new to this site. Not really sure how to grade multiple people giving advice.

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pukyplayCommented:
first things you have to master is how to open new email account,get rights to mailbox,find lost emails,create distribution groops,....


watch training videos (cbt nuggets,trainingspot,...) ,it helps a lot,watch also Active directory videos,they will be helpfull
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suffixxAuthor Commented:
Great advice PukyPlay. thanks. Already watching Exchange 2007 video tutorials I fould online.    
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pukyplayCommented:
there is a lot of usefull stuff in those torrents
thx for points

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