Exchange Server 5.5 and Outlook Complete

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Exchange Server 5.5 and Outlook Complete is a one-of-a-kind computer book-valuable both for its broad content and its low price. With in-depth coverage of both the Outlook 2000 client software and the powerful Exchange Server 5.5 back end, this book gives you the information you need to deliver a comprehensive e-mail and groupware solution to your company.

You'll start by learning how to use the Outlook desktop information manager like a pro to manage your e-mail, your contacts,...

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Overview

Exchange Server 5.5 and Outlook Complete is a one-of-a-kind computer book-valuable both for its broad content and its low price. With in-depth coverage of both the Outlook 2000 client software and the powerful Exchange Server 5.5 back end, this book gives you the information you need to deliver a comprehensive e-mail and groupware solution to your company.

You'll start by learning how to use the Outlook desktop information manager like a pro to manage your e-mail, your contacts, your tasks, and your schedule. You'll then move on to creating custom forms in Outlook to streamline workflow and automate common tasks. After that, you'll learn how Exchange is organized, how it interoperates with Windows NT Server, and how to design an effective Exchange system for your company. Once you've mastered the basics of Exchange, you'll learn how to maintain, monitor, and optimize Exchange systems; how to maintain interoperability with the Internet; and how to diagnose server problems and recover from disaster. Finally, an indispensable command-line reference keeps the hidden power of Exchange at your fingertips when the GUI gets in the way.

Exchange 5.5 and Outlook Complete introduces you to the work of some of Sybex's finest authors, so you'll know where to go to learn even more about what's possible with Exchange Server and Outlook.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780782127058
  • Publisher: Sybex, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 3/1/1999
  • Series: Sybex Complete Series
  • Pages: 1104
  • Product dimensions: 5.76 (w) x 8.13 (h) x 2.27 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
Pt. I Outlook 2000 Basics 1
Ch. 1 Getting Acquainted with Outlook 2000 3
Ch. 2 Sending and Receiving E-mail Messages 25
Ch. 3 Managing and Organizing Your E-mail 67
Ch. 4 Getting to Know Your Calendar 95
Ch. 5 Planning and Managing Appointments, Meetings, and Events 119
Ch. 6 Managing Contacts with Outlook 165
Ch. 7 Managing Tasks in Outlook 205
Ch. 8 Using the Journal and Notes 227
Pt. II Outlook 2000 Advanced Topics 249
Ch. 9 Advanced Message Formatting and Management 251
Ch. 10 Setting User Preferences 289
Ch. 11 Organizing Your Outlook Data 311
Ch. 12 Outlook and the Web 353
Ch. 13 Troubleshooting Common Outlook Problems 379
Pt. III Developing Outlook Forms 393
Ch. 14 Improving Your Outlook 395
Ch. 15 Creating Custom Forms 405
Ch. 16 An Introduction to Visual Basic 457
Ch. 17 A More Complete Introduction to Visual Basic 469
Pt. IV Exchange Server 5.5 Basics 489
Ch. 18 Introducing Exchange 491
Ch. 19 The Exchange Hierarchy 519
Ch. 20 The Architecture of Exchange 537
Ch. 21 Exchange and Windows NT Server 561
Ch. 22 Designing an Exchange System 589
Ch. 23 The Administrator and Its Menus 643
Pt. V Exchange Server Advanced Topics 711
Ch. 24 Exchange Organization Design 713
Ch. 25 Maintenance Procedures 757
Ch. 26 Monitoring and Optimizing Exchange 801
Ch. 27 Exchange Internet Interoperability 863
Ch. 28 Diagnosing Server Problems 905
Ch. 29 Disaster Recovery 943
Pt. VI Exchange Server Command-Line Reference 973
Ch. 30 Exchange Server Tools 975
Index 1024
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