Managing Microsoft Exchange Server
Publisher: O'Reilly Media
Final Release Date: July 1999
Pages: 718

Microsoft Exchange is a big, complicated application; it requires more disk storage than Windows NT Server and has several hundred configuration property pages and dialogs. But it is also a very powerful and flexible messaging system. However, knowing that it can be made to do something and understanding how to do it are often worlds apart. Managing Microsoft Exchange Server bridges this gap.

This book is a no-nonsense, practical guide to planning, installing, managing, maintaining, and troubleshooting Exchange networks. Targeted at medium-sized installations and up, Managing Microsoft Exchange Server addresses the difficult problems these users face: Internet integration, storage management, cost of ownership, system security, and performance management. It goes beyond the basics to provide real hands-on advice about what you need to know after you have your first site up-and-running and are facing issues of growth, optimization, or recovery planning. Managing Microsoft Exchange Server comprehensively explains how Exchange works, what it can do, and how you can make it work for you.

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Easy solution to Exchange management problem

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Comments about oreilly Managing Microsoft Exchange Server:

Great read. Very informative. Our company went with the hosted exchange server solution. Couldn't be happier. ... easy migration.

Go to ASP-One Hosted Exchange (http://www.asp-one.com/exchange_hosting/) to check out pricing.

 
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This book "used" to be good. But its getting really *old*. Most sites I work with these days are Exchange 2000, when are O'Reilly going to bring out book that at least covers the current version, let alone before the next version again comes out. This books will be TWO *major* versions behind soon.

Get youself a decent book on Active Directory and learn a little about the Internet RFCs and DNS, and you will be better off than buying this book (which was good in its day...)

Brunt

 
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I'm an MCSE on the NT4 Track incl:Exchange Server 5.5 Certified.

Had this book before I wrote the Exam and still use it on a regular basis. Very well written, all around great reference.

 
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If I had to choose but two MS Exchange books for my arsenal, this would absolutely be one of

them. The other would have to be Barry Gerber's "Mastering Exchange Server 5.5" Paul Robichaux has done an EXCELLENT job of filling in what few gaps Barry Gerber left in his book. Where Gerber provides an excellent guide to setting up and getting to know Exchange, Robichaux takes you deeper into more "advanced" administrative issues such as disaster recovery, security, enabling Exchange for remote users, etc.

If you manage an Exchange server or servers for your orginzation, this book is indispensible.

Hats off to the author!

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