Microsoft Exchange Server for Windows 2000: Planning, Design and Implementation

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An entirely new edition by an internationally recognized Exchange authority and best-selling author targets a major new version of Microsoft Exchange Server, as well as other versions of Exchange 5.5 Server running on Windows 2000.



Microsoft Exchange Server for Windows 2000 provides the tools to design, deploy and manage an Exchange Server operation. It describes Exchange ...
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Overview

An entirely new edition by an internationally recognized Exchange authority and best-selling author targets a major new version of Microsoft Exchange Server, as well as other versions of Exchange 5.5 Server running on Windows 2000.



Microsoft Exchange Server for Windows 2000 provides the tools to design, deploy and manage an Exchange Server operation. It describes Exchange "best practices" developed by the author and his colleagues at Compaq, the leading worldwide consulting company for Exchange Server projects. The book thoroughly covers all of the major Exchange Server technologies new for Windows 2000, including the Web Storage System, Storage Groups, Instant Messaging and the interaction between Exchange 2000 and the Windows 2000 Active Directory.

Tony Redmond helps readers master the most demanding and powerful version yet of Exchange Server.

Previous editions are some of the most well-respected, praised, and best-selling works on the topic
An entirely new book for a major new version of Exchange
Contains current information on the importance of planning for an integrated Windows 2000 and Exchange 2000 and deployment selecting from the wide range of clients for Exchange 2000

Audience: Corporate IT professionals using Microsoft Exchange Server, specifically developers, administrators, and system designers.

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Documents practices and techniques that have been developed for managing the Exchange messaging application<-->mainly with an eye on large deployments<-->and for upgrading from version 5.5 to Exchange 2000. The author, who is vice president at Compaq Global Services, discusses the web storage system, storage groups, instant messaging, and the interaction between Exchange 2000 and the Windows 2000 active directory. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781555582241
  • Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology Books
  • Publication date: 10/1/2000
  • Series: HP Technologies
  • Pages: 656
  • Product dimensions: 7.03 (w) x 9.22 (h) x 2.18 (d)

Meet the Author


Tony Redmond, Chief Technical Officer, Compaq Professional Services
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Table of Contents

Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments
1 Searching for Platinum 1
2 Designing a Windows 2000 Infrastructure for Exchange 2000 47
3 Deploying Exchange 2000 153
4 The Zen of the Store 251
5 Store Maintenance 369
6 Sending Messages - Routing and Transport 461
7 Exchange, Hardware, Clusters, and More 545
8 Managing Users 613
9 Contemplating the Wide Selection of Clients 703
10 Secure Messaging 813
11 Extending Exchange 2000 849
12 Extending to New Horizons 887
13 Monitoring Exchange 2000 935
14 The Final Steps - Getting Ready for Deployment 967
A TCP/IP Ports Used By Exchange 993
B Exchange Configuration Data 997
C Message Tracking Log Event Identifiers 1001
D: Websites 1005
E Charting the Builds 1007
F Interesting Registry Changes 1009
Glossary 1011
Index 1021
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 26, 2000

    One of the Exchange Gods

    Tony Redmond is all over Exchange 2000 like a donkey on a waffle! He is recognized as one of the bona fide Exchange experts and this book shows he hasn't missed a step in moving to Microsoft's latest offering. His combination of technical know-how and 'real world' knowledge is a mix that is hard to beat. This is a book that I will definitely wear out with use!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 25, 2000

    Always the Cornerstone of My Exchange Library

    Tony Redmond writes books that WORK for a living! His are always the first book that I pick up when moving to the next version of Exchange, and he doesn't pull punches when making statements about how to implement, what to do and what not to do with your configuration! As soon as it was published, I was all over that like a donkey on a waffle! Get yours soon, you will NOT regret it!

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