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From Barnes & NobleMicrosoft Exchange Server 2007 brings major changes in everything from architecture to "culture." (For instance, it positively begs to be scripted. That's new, for sure.) You'll need even more guidance than usual. Fortunately, you can turn to the source who's always been there for you: Tony Redmond.
This isn't merely Redmond's seventh book on Exchange: Redmond (now VP and CTO of HP Services) has worked with more enterprise clients than practically anyone. So this book reflects what real, sophisticated implementers need to know.
How many global catalog servers do you need? What's really involved in changing schema? What can you really do with PowerShell? What'll 64-bit hardware really buy you? What storage strategies make sense now? What are your choices for handling mobile clients? What can you really expect from Microsoft's enhanced spam filtering? This is the real deal, for implementers, migration project leaders, and day-to-day administrators: invaluable. Bill Camarda, from the October 2007 Read Only