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|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|
|6||Sending Messages - Routing and Transport||461|
|7||Exchange, Hardware, Clusters, and More||545|
|9||Contemplating the Wide Selection of Clients||703|
|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|
|E||Charting the Builds||1007|
|F||Interesting Registry Changes||1009|
Posted October 26, 2000
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!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 25, 2000
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!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.