A concise yet deep guide to the most important tasks faced by Exchange administrators, from one of the most prominent experts on Exchange
Exchange is the market leading e-mail server; Exchange 2003 has been widely praised, and is expected to have a rapid adoption cycle
In-depth coverage of remote access and security, the topics most requested by administrators
Author is an Exchange MVP, the Exchange Expert on SerachWin2000.com, and has worked with the product for 16 months as part of an exclusive test group
More organizations use Exchange Server than any other e-mail server. The new release, Exchange Server 2003, is the most reliable and secure version Microsoft has ever produced. Exchange 2000 was a disappointing release, resulting in a much lower migration rate than expected. The advance buzz around Exchange 2003, however, has been much more positive, creating the strong possibility that there will be a much faster and more extensive move to Exchange 2003. While there have been a few comprehensive, features-based guides to Exchange, and one quick reference, Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Distilled will be the first task-based, tips and techniques guide for the many experienced system administrators who don't need to go over the basics yet again. Scott Schnoll is uniquely qualified to write this book. He is a widely recognized expert on this topic through his extensive work over the last 16 months as part of an exclusive group working with the beta, his status as an Exchange MVP for six years, his position as the Exchange Expert on SearchWin2000.com, and his many articles and speaking engagements. This book will be invaluable to both administrators evaluating moving to Exchange 2003 as well as those already adopting Exchange 2003.