THIS EXAM WAS RETIRED SEPTEMBER 30, 2019. Note: Exams retire at 11:59 PM Central Standard Time
This exam is intended only for candidates who have taken Exam 70-345: Designing and Deploying Microsoft Exchange Server 2016. If you have not taken Exam 345, you will not earn a certification by taking this exam.
Candidates for this exam are Messaging Administrators who deploy, configure, manage, troubleshoot, and monitor recipients, permissions, mail protection, mail flow, and public folders in both on-premises and cloud enterprise environments.
Messaging Administrators are responsible for managing hygiene, messaging infrastructure, hybrid configuration, migration, disaster recovery, high availability, and client access.
Messaging Administrators collaborate with the Security Administrator and Microsoft 365 Enterprise Administrator to implement a secure hybrid topology that meets the business needs of a modern organization.
The Messaging Administrator should have a working knowledge of authentication types, licensing, and integration with Microsoft 365 applications.
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This exam measures your ability to accomplish the following technical tasks: manage modern messaging infrastructure; manage mail flow topology; and manage recipients and devices.
This exam measures your ability to accomplish the following technical tasks: plan and implement a hybrid configuration and migration; secure the messaging environment; and manage organizational settings.
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