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Exchange 2003 has, obviously, been around a while. But many enterprises are only now deploying it. Since they waited, they'll benefit from two service packs, four years of best practices, and a book that covers them all: Microsoft Exchange 2003 Deployment & Migration SP1 & SP2.
HP consultant Kieran McCorry has written the start-to-finish guide for both new deployments and moves from Exchange 5.5 or 2000. From Active Directory to site replication, public folders to interorganizational migration, he covers it -- practically, and in depth.
You'll find new ways to standardize implementations so they'll be easier to manage. You'll discover new provisions for simplifying audit and inventory. McCorry covers Exchange's updated implementation of RPC over HTTP, and SP2's Exchange Database Optimization improvements and sizing changes. Best of all, it's all written from the standpoint of someone who makes his living implementing Exchange in the enterprise. Bill Camarda, from the December 2006 Read Only