Exchange Server 2007 - it's here, and it's waiting
Don't get behind the eight ball
Site offer Microsoft's Exchange Server has become a key component of IT with today's business world relying more and more on mobile computing and 24-hour connectivity.
The 2007 incarnation has taken the key features of this collaborative software product and improved the security, adaptability, and overall IT experience.
Exchange Server 2007 is also the first version to run exclusively on, and benefit from, 64-bit versions of Windows server.
Exchange Server 2007 is taking collaborative software to new levels and the titles we've picked out below allow you to make the best of it. Nearly all books at 40 per cent off, as usual*.
Microsoft® Exchange Server 2007 Administrator's Companion
This is the ultimate administrator's companion. Information in these pages will take you from the point of purchase right through to advanced product manipulation. Learn how to plan your deployment and installation, implement and monitor high-availability solutions for server and disk resources, design and deploy a Unified Messaging solution, and implement Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 and Outlook Web Access for client and mobile access, among other things.
Microsoft® Exchange Server 2007 Administrator's Pocket Consultant
If the full-blown Administrator's Companion is too much information for the day-to-day work you need to do, this title provides a portable and precise guide to the answers you need on a rolling basis. The pocket sized guide provides an ideal way to zero in on core support and maintenance issues when you are out in the field and the full-sized companion is not to hand.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Unleashed
This is a fantastic guide to the design, migration, implementation, administration, management and support of an Exchange Server 2007 environment. The recommendations, tips, and tricks covered are based on more than two years of early adopter implementations of Exchange 2007.
How to Cheat at Configuring Exchange Server 2007: Including Outlook Web, Mobile, & Voice Access
How to Cheat will help you get Exchange Server 2007 up and running as quickly and safely as possible with advice on all the key aspects of the software. Learn how to manage recipient filtering, use the Exchange 2007 queue viewer, and manage Outlook Web Access 2007.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007: Tony Redmond's Guide to Successful Implementation
Tony Redmond, one of the world's most acclaimed Exchange experts, offers insider insight from the very basics of the newly transformed architecture to understanding the nuances of the new and improved Microsoft Management Console (MMC) 3.0 and the two new administrative interfaces - the Exchange Management Console (EMC) and the Exchange Management Shell (EMS). Get the low-down from one of the acknowledged masters of the genre.
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Having been involved with Domino since 1996 and still involved despite continued rumours of its untimely demise every year since then (the current MS line to potential domino customers is that 8.x is the last release - it's not!) it's still going strong, still impressing with it's rapid app development and it's ability to continue delivering a robust e-mail platform. I'm sure there's a strong correlation between moving from domino to exchange and the fortune of the company involved (a la enron).
Shame they cut lots of existing features...
We use 2007 now, they've dropped loads of stuff from the GUI admin (ok to be fair there's the powershell thing now which is neat), but they've dropped stuff like creating personal distribution lists through the webmail "until SP1", which is ready "second half of 2007". Been waiting bloody ages.
Is this an in house MS mag or The Register??
I do wonder...