Description - Exchange 2010 by Jaap Wesselius
Editorial Review As the backbone to so many commercial communications infrastructures, Microsoft's Exchange Server technology has become a critical component in many an IT department. With the latest incarnation of Exchange Server on the horizon, and indeed almost upon us, it is becoming increasingly urgent that SysAdmins get to grips with this latest-and-greatest technology. What's new? What's gone? What's easier or harder? Jaap touches upon all these essentials. As a practical field-guide to Exchange Server 2010, this book will tell you exactly what you need to know to get started with upgrading, installing, configuring and managing your new Exchange Server. If you need to get to grips with Exchange Server 2010 fast, or want a short, to-the-point, practical guide to Microsoft's latest offering, then you should read this book. Table of Contents * Chapter 01: Introduction to Exchange Server 2010 * Chapter 02: Installing Exchange Server 2010 * Chapter 03: Exchange Server 2010 Coexistence * Chapter 04: Managing Exchange Server 2010 * Chapter 05: High Availability in Exchange Server 2010 About the Author Jaap Wesselius is a senior Exchange consultant for DM Consultants (http: //www.dm-consultants.nl/), a Microsoft Gold Partner with a strong focus on messaging and collaboration solutions. Prior to working for DM Consultants Jaap worked for 8 years for Microsoft Services in The Netherlands, specializing in Exchange Server. Jaap is a BSc, MCSE, MCITP, and MCT and was awarded the Microsoft MVP Award (Exchange Server) for his contributions to the Dutch messaging and collaboration community. Besides Exchange Server, Jaap is also very active in virtualization and is a founder of the Dutch Hyper-V community. You can reach Jaap at J.Wesselius@dm-consultants.nl or Jaap@hyper-v.nu
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