- Paperback: 204 pages
- Publisher: Red gate books (13 Oct. 2009)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1906434328
- ISBN-13: 978-1906434328
- Product Dimensions: 15.6 x 1.1 x 23.4 cm
- Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 607,312 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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From the Back Cover
Exchange Server 2010 is the latest incarnation of Microsoft's messaging and
collaboration platform, and it comes with a lot of new, compelling features. It is
the seventh major version of the product, and it rolls out some important changes
together with plenty of small improvements. Even better, a lot of complex issues
from previous versions have been solved, or simply removed, making the
administrator's life much easier!
As a trainer and consultant, I know exactly how chaotic and frustrating major platform
upgrades can be, especially when they need to happen seamlessly. Having watched
Exchange Server evolve over the last 14 years, I've seen SysAdmins confronting the
same problems again and again. I've also seen how big a difference it makes to have
a straight-forward, simple guide to the `brave new world' that each new
This book is that straight-forward and, above all, practical guide to Exchange Server
2010, and I've aimed to give Systems Administrators everything they need to get
started as soon as it's available. Inside, you'll fi nd step-by-step guides to installation,
coexistence scenarios with Exchange Server 2003 & 2007, managing your new
Exchange server, and information on the new High Availability features.
Of course there's so much more I could talk about - new management, compliancy and
Unified Messaging features, for a start - but this is a guide to getting you up-andrunning,
as fast as possible.
About the Author
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.
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Top Customer Reviews
For those looking for answers and a quick way to exchange 2010 nirvanna, you'll save yourself a good few hours or even days of googling technet articles and surreptitious blogs of dubious information.
My only wish, was that a few more technical authors were like this one. Without prejudice or politics, just simply concerned in getting from point A) to point B) in the easiest most hassle free way possible.
I look forward to his next publication soon.
It has a short section on the new archive function, but it does not explain how to access the archive mailboxes once created. It does not cover the complex licensing system, which in my opinion is absolutely key in any practical approach to Microsoft software. For example, in order to access the archives one requires an Office 2010 Pro Plus licence for each user, and as far as I am aware you cannot upgrade from an Office or Office Pro licence. It does not cover precisely which functions require an Enterprise CAL and which do not. Critically for planning purposes does the Default Archive Tag require an ECAL or not?
It does not warn the installer that the new 2010 log file system can easily generate log files more than 3 times the total size of the mailboxes, and so if you do not set up Windows Server Backup ( "WSB" ) before you start migrating mailboxes you will soon run out of disc space. WSB is mentioned, but not until page 173 - by which time it could be too late.
It does not cover the ideal partition sizes and content for a single server setup, so you will probably have to migrate things around after the initial installation unless you do your own research on this first.
Having said all that, I am not able to recommend a better book on Exchange 2010 - only the Microsoft Technet site, which can be heavy going. At the price this book is probably worth buying if you are still in the planning stage. It will save you time, even if it does not have all the answers you will need.
Operating in mixed environment of 2k3 2k7 and 2010, this book has been most helpful with commissioning/decommissioning projects.
Great work by the Author, this was precisely the kind of book I was looking for!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
As has been said before, concise, clear and straight to the point. Doesn't go into massive detail about each subject but provides enough insight in order to be able to install and... Read morePublished on 14 Jun. 2013 by Deano
Excellent introduction and overview of everything exchange server 2010
A very easy to follow script and simple format
Gave me just the overview I was after to ascertain what will be involved in the transition from Exchange 2003 to 2010.Published on 30 Jan. 2013 by chad76
It would be great if all technical books were this easy to read. Jaap provides a great guide on getting Exchange 2010 running and interoperating with earlier versions. Read morePublished on 27 Oct. 2012 by Amazon Customer