MS-201: Implementing a Hybrid and Secure Messaging Platform Training is developed to introduce professionals to the hybrid messaging world. It teaches various ways to launch a hybrid environment for your Exchange organization. This technical course guides through applying and troubleshooting a hybrid environment and moving mailboxes to Exchange Online. Throughout the course, students will gain information regarding various messaging-related compliance and security configurations with Exchange Online and Exchange Server. Our Enterprise training program allows a team up-gradation with a skill set that leads to the firm's overall development. It helps in planning and preparing for message hygiene and handle anti-spam and anti-malware policies. Professionals will learn to handle advanced threat protection, troubleshoot hybrid deployments, and manage the content search. After finishing the course, professionals will know how to plan for messaging compliance in the SCC and Exchange.
The Messaging Administrator is responsible for deploying, configuring, managing, and troubleshooting public folders, mail flow, mail protection, permissions, recipients in both cloud enterprise and on-premise environments. Other responsibilities also include hybrid migration and configuration, messaging infrastructure, and managing message hygiene. The Messaging Administrator also manages and implements client access, high availability, and disaster recovery. The Messaging Administrator also collaborates with the Microsoft 365 Enterprise Administrator and Security Administrator to implement a secure hybrid topology meeting the business requirements of an organization. The Messaging Administrator should also have knowledge about licensing, authentication types, and integration with different applications of Microsoft 365.
Performing Mailbox Migrations
Planning a Hybrid Environment
Deploying and Troubleshooting a Hybrid Environment
Lab: Hybrid Deployment and Management
Managing Message Hygiene
Managing Role-Based Permissions
Lab: Manage Message Hygiene