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Microsoft® Exchange Server 2007 Administrator's Companion (Admin Companion) Paperback – 23 Jun 2007

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  • Paperback: 720 pages
  • Publisher: Microsoft Press; 1 edition (23 Jun. 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0735623503
  • ISBN-13: 978-0735623507
  • Product Dimensions: 18.6 x 4.5 x 22.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,497,557 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Walter Glenn is a freelance consultant, writer, and editor in Huntsville, Alabama. He has been working in the computer industry for over a decade and provides solutions for small-to medium-sized businesses. Walter is a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer and Trainer who specializes in Internet and networking technologies.

Scott Lowe has been in the Information Technology field for 10 years, and has installed dozens of networks in environments ranging from homes with a few users, to small offices with a few dozen users, to sixty-building networks with a few thousand users. In addition to his position as the IT Director for the National Association of Attorneys General, he writes technical articles for CNet's Techrepublic unit. He's written more than 200 articles on a wide range of topics, from wireless security to installing web servers on Linux to discussions of tools for managing NetWare servers. The walls of his home are currently in the process of being patched up from his latest home networking venture.

Joshua Maher consults at Microsoft and specializes in messaging, mobility, and identity management.


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By Richard Welch on 14 Mar. 2013
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Does the job when needed, and has helped out on more than one occasion.
Book is good for learning exchange for the exam or quick reference when needed
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E2K7 Admin Companion - essential 6 April 2008
By shiv - Published on Amazon.com
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working with Exchange 2007 (E2K7) since July '07 and Exchange (5.5 and 2003) since 1999, i am somewhat familiar with Microsoft's Mail products. the E2K7 takes it to another level and this book gives you the info you need. is it the best and the only reference you will need? no, certainly not but it IS a good place to start. PowerShell is very pervasive and the more you know about it the easier your life will be as the EMC (Exchange Mangement Console) is not the same thing you got in the last version Exchange 2003's ESM (Exchange System Management). my suggestion is to pick up a PowerShell SP1 book, i reviewed a great one recently and i have about 5 so far.
Bottom line, good book to have but you will need others especially concerning PowerShell. i own about a dozen of the Admin Companions and their Pocket Consultants as well.
look elswhere 14 Nov. 2008
By Brian Xee - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
This book is very thin on where you need it most. For instance, only the very very basics of SCR is mentioned. They do not even mention how to restore SCR. Try another book. Add-ADPermission, a command that is commonly used in Exchange, is not even found. A thick book, but nothing really covered well. Maybe a good book if you are brand new to exchange, and want something to read from cover to cover. You will be left in the dark if you use this a companion.
great book, I refer to it alot, but could use some more powershell 11 May 2012
By Justin Lunin-Pack - Published on Amazon.com
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when we first installed exchange I used this book for reference quite a bit. as I have become more advanced, running exchange 2007 for 5 years i find I do more and more with powershell, and the book is a little light on powershell commands and scripting for managing exchange 2007

Justin Lunin-Pack
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