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  1. Emory Enterprise Exchange 2007Tech Talk

  2. Emory Email Components Email Team General mail flow Active Directory Exchange 2003 Enterprise Exchange 2007 Exchange Email Archiving

  3. Email Team • Jay Flanagan, Manager (also IDM, Security) • James Reed, Lead • Exchange, Active Directory, LearnLink, Meeting Maker • Greg Cooper, Lead • Exchange, Active Directory • Terry Markert, Senior • LearnLink, Exchange, Meeting Maker, Exchange Email Archiving • Learning Exchange 2007, Active Directory • David Gottschalk, Senior • Eagle Mail, Mail Relays, Postini • Wes Blalock (entry level) • Meeting Maker, Exchange Email Archiving • Learning Windows, Unix, Postini, Eagle Mail, Mail Relays, Exchange, Active Directory

  4. General Mail Flow

  5. Mail Flow

  6. Inbound Enterprise Exchange 2007 Mail Flow

  7. Outbound Enterprise Exchange 2007 Mail Flow

  8. Internal Exchange Mail Flow

  9. Active Directory

  10. Active Directory (cont’d) • All Windows 2003 Native mode • Required for Exchange to operate • Emory University AD • Root Domain Emory.Edu (EmoryAD) • 2 Servers (AD1, URI) • Child Domain EU.Emory.Edu (EmoryUnivAD) • 5 Sites based upon firewall Core • Admin Site (AD13, AD14, AD15) • DMZ Site (AD10, AD11, AD12) • Academic Site (AD2, Batman, Robin) • ResNet Site (Pasteur) • HIPAA Site (AD6, AD7) • Emory Enterprise Resource Forest • Domain Enterprise.Emory.Net (Enterprise) • 2 Sites based upon role seclusion - HIPAA Core • FSMO Site (ADRF1, ADRF2) • APPS Site (ADRF3, ADRF4, ADRF5)

  11. Exchange 2003

  12. Enterprise Exchange 2007

  13. History of Project Started November 2006 Design Started January 2007 Implementation Started ____________________ Currently Testing with EHC IS Delays

  14. Enterprise Exchange 2007

  15. AD Layout for Enterprise Exchange 2007

  16. Enterprise Exchange 2007 AD Layout • Resource AD Forest • One way trust between EHC AD • Two way trust between EU AD (two way needed for MOM) • All accounts from both AD’s will be created • Can be used for other MS applications • Office Communicator Suite • SharePoint

  17. Client Access for Enterprise Exchange 2007

  18. Enterprise Exchange 2007 Client Connectivity • Outlook 2003 and 2007 – Outlook 2007 required for full functionality • Macintosh – examples include Entourage • IMAPS clients – examples include Mozilla, Thunderbird, MacMail,Eudora, Outlook Express, other IMAPS clients • Outlook Web Access – IE 7 required for full functionality (lightweight version available for other browsers, i.e. FireFox, IE6 and lower, Safari, etc.) • Mobile Devices – currently ActiveSync and GoodLink; Blackberry pending governance approval

  19. Client Functionality Matrix * Most IMAPS clients will be able to read and post data to public folders, however, there may be some which do not include this functionality * Information provided from University of Connecticut Web Site

  20. Client Functionality Matrix * Most IMAPS clients will be able to read and post data to public folders, however, there may be some which do not include this functionality * Information provided from University of Connecticut Web Site

  21. Client Functionality Matrix * Most IMAPS clients will be able to read and post data to public folders, however, there may be some which do not include this functionality * Information provided from University of Connecticut Web Site * Ximian current release only supports Exchange 2003, no current TBA from vendor on updates

  22. Enterprise Exchange 2007 • Secure • Located in HIPAA core firewall zone • Remote access given only on as required basis • RSA Keyfob access required for VPN (giving 2 factor auth) • Managed security / management policies • To be presented for formal approval to HIPAA steering committee in Fall • Client connectivity via SSL • Except from EHC Citrix VDT

  23. Enterprise Exchange 2007 (cont’d) • Highly Available • Redundant Hardware • Clusters for Mailbox servers • Multiple redundant nodes for other server roles (CAS/HUB/EDGE)

  24. Enterprise Exchange 2007 SAN • SAN Storage • Symmetrix DMX 3, RAID 1, 300GB • Dedicated spindles for Exchange • 96 x 110GB – Databases (12 x active server) • 96 x 43GB – Log volumes (12 x active server) • 4 x 34GB – Public Folders DB/Logs (2 x cluster) • 8 x 172GB – Recovery Volume (1 per active server) • 8 x 51GB - Edge Server DB / Logs (2 x server) • 8 x 94GB - Hub Server DB / Logs (2 x server)

  25. Enterprise Exchange 2007 Storage

  26. Enterprise Exchange 2007 Backups • Backups • Designed for User self restoration • Recover Deleted Items • Databases for Disaster Recovery • Full backup every x days (TBD, worst case 2 days) • Differential (w/log rollup) daily • Using EMC snap software and VSS management • Using EMC Legato Networker to backup to CDL • Up to 17TB CDL storage dedicated for Exchange backups • 1 full backup with no compression = estimated 9TB

  27. Exchange Email Archiving

  28. Exchange Email Archival Overview • Archive product selection under review • Provides Exchange archiving / tiered storage • Quota based archiving • Attachment based archiving • Stub attachments and messages • Quick retrieval of full message and attachments • Stores stub in plain text for minimal footprint • End user restorability of deleted messages • No storage limits for archived messages (300MB active mailbox limit) • Seamless recovery of archived messages

  29. Exchange Email Archival Overview (cont’d) • Search ability • Future Compliance searching • Currently allows end user search ability to own archive • Retention policies • Can be used to manage compliance minimums (may eventually come for HIPAA or Sarbanes Oxley) • Can expire messages after maximum retention periods

  30. Exchange Email Archival Overview (cont’d) • Targeted Clients • Entourage (Macintosh) support • Outlook • Outlook Web Access • IMAP User Access (TBD)

  31. Enterprise Exchange 2007 Server Layout • Servers • 12 Mailbox Servers • MS Cluster 1 – 4 Active, 2 Passive • CMS Names: Exchange10, Exchange11, Exchange12, Exchange13 • Contains 6 physical nodes • MS Cluster 2 – 4 Active, 2 Passive • CMS Names: Exchange20, Exchange21, Exchange22, Exchange23 • Contains 6 physical nodes

  32. Enterprise Exchange 2007 Server Layout (cont’d) • Servers • 4 Hub Servers • MTA Role • 4 CAS Servers (Client Access Server) • OWA, AccessAnywhere (RPC over HTTPS), ActiveSync, MAPI/RPC, IMAPS • 4 Edge Servers (border hygiene) • Put in place for potential Mail Relay retirement (no ETA) • Non Domain joined for security

  33. Enterprise Exchange 2007 Resource Accounts • Resource accounts available for: • Rooms - assigned to a meeting location, such as a conference room, auditorium, or training room • Equipment - assigned to a resource that is not location specific, such as a portable computer projector, or microphone • Requires designated owner(s) • Owners responsible for assigning delegate access for management

  34. Enterprise Exchange 2007 Sponsored/Department Accounts • Current • Departments can be approved to have group accounts available for shared group access • Sponsored users cannot have personal accounts; however, they can use approved departmental account for department communications • Sponsored account limitations • Smaller quota • Some limited functionality • New Update

  35. Enterprise Exchange 2007 Calendaring Meeting Maker will be decommissioned in August 2008 Outlook Calendaring provides Free/Busy status of both people and resources Assisted scheduling of meetings within Outlook or OWA client Resource Calendars – Rooms, Equipment

  36. Enterprise Exchange 2007 Existing Data Migration • Eagle Mail – server side data migration • IMAP mail client – local data user side migration (eg. Contacts, Distribution Lists, Distribution Groups, etc.) • Exchange 2003 – server side data migration • LearnLink – POP3 user side migration (will remain in use for student interactive services and maintain separate quotas) • Departmental Email server – department dependant migration options

  37. Timeline TBD – awaiting on EHC migration completion

  38. Questions?