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Rand Morimoto , Michael Noel , Guy Yardeni , Chris Amaris , Andrew Abbate
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27 Nov 2012 0672336111 978-0672336119 1
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 doesn’t just add dozens of new features: It integrates multiple technologies into a common, unified communications system that can add value in many new ways. Now, five leading Exchange Server consultants help you deploy Exchange Server 2013 quickly and smoothly--and then efficiently manage, troubleshoot, and support it for years to come. More than a comprehensive, authoritative reference, Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Unleashed presents hundreds of helpful tips and tricks based on the authors’ unsurpassed early adopter experience with Exchange Server 2013 in real production environments.

Carefully and thoroughly, the authors explain what’s new and different in Microsoft Exchange 2013 and guide you through architecting, planning, implementing, and transitioning to your new Exchange Server environment. They offer best practices for establishing solid Active Directory, DNS, fabric, virtualization, and PKI security environments to support Exchange; implementing high availability and site resilience; and much more.

You’ll find expert discussions of security and compliance and uniquely practical and detailed coverage of day-to-day administration, management, maintenance, and optimization. The authors next turn to advanced platform integration, helping you leverage the full benefits of linking Exchange Server, SharePoint, and Unified Messaging. They conclude with a full section on Exchange Server’s dramatically improved support for endpoint clients, including Apple, Android, and Microsoft smartphones and tablets.

Detailed information on how to...
  • Use proven best practices to install Exchange Server 2013 from scratch or to upgrade from Exchange Server 2007/2010
  • Integrate Active Directory, DNS, fabric, and virtualization with Exchange Server 2013
  • Implement certificate-based Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)
  • Plan, deploy, migrate to, and support public folders
  • Protect your users and organization with both policy-based and content-enforced security
  • Design and implement message archiving, retention, and eDiscovery
  • Administer, optimize, and document your Exchange Server 2013 environment
  • Architect all aspects of an integrated, enterprise-level Exchange Server 2013 environment
  • Integrate Exchange Server with SharePoint Site Mailboxes, Enterprise Search, and more
  • Leverage the robust Outlook client for Windows, Mac, Web, tablet, and mobile phones

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  • Paperback: 936 pages
  • Publisher: Sams; 1 edition (27 Nov 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0672336111
  • ISBN-13: 978-0672336119
  • Product Dimensions: 23.1 x 18.1 x 4 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 235,078 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Rand Morimoto, Ph.D., MVP, MCITP, CISSP, has been in the computer industry for more than 30 years and has authored, coauthored, or been a contributing writer for dozens of books on Windows, Security, Exchange, BizTalk, and Remote and Mobile Computing. Rand is the president of Convergent Computing, an IT-consulting firm in the San Francisco Bay area that has been one of the key early adopter program partners with Microsoft, implementing the latest Microsoft technologies, including Microsoft Windows Server 2012, System Center 2012, Windows 8, Exchange Server 2013, SharePoint 2013, Office 365, and Azure cloud services in production environments more than 18 months before the initial product releases.

Michael Noel, MCITP, MVP, is an internationally recognized technology expert, bestselling author, and well-known public speaker on a broad range of IT topics. He authored multiple major industry books that have been translated into more than a dozen languages worldwide. Michael has presented at over 100 technical and business conferences in more than 50 countries around the world and on all seven continents, including the first ever IT conference in Antarctica. Currently a partner at Convergent Computing (www.cco.com) in the San Francisco Bay area, Michael’s writing and extensive public-speaking experience across all seven continents leverage his real-world expertise in helping organizations realize business value from the information technology infrastructure.

Guy Yardeni, MCITP, CISSP, MVP, is an accomplished infrastructure architect, author, and overall geek-for-hire. Guy has been working in the IT industry for more than 15 years and has extensive experience designing, implementing, and supporting enterprise technology solutions. Guy is an expert at connecting business requirements to technology solutions and driving to successful completion the technical details of the effort while maintaining overall goals and vision. Guy maintains a widely read technical blog at www.rdpfiles.com and is a Windows MVP.

Chris Amaris, MCITP, MCTS, CISSP/ISSAP, CHS III, is the chief technology officer and cofounder of Convergent Computing. He has more than 20 years experience consulting for Fortune 500 companies, leading companies in the technology selection, design, planning, and implementation of complex information technology projects. Chris has worked with Microsoft Exchange Server since its original release in 1995. He specializes in messaging, security, performance tuning, systems management, and migration. Receiving his first Microsoft technologies certification in 1993, Chris is a current Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP) with multiple Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) certifications in Microsoft technologies, a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) with an Information System Security Architecture Professional (ISSAP) concentration, Certified Homeland Security (CHS III), a Novell CNE, a Banyan CBE, and a Certified Project Manager. Chris is also an author, writer, and technical editor for a number of IT books, including Microsoft System Center 2012 Unleashed, Network Security for Government and Corporate Executives, Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Unleashed, and Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Unleashed.

Andrew Abbate enjoys the position of principal consultant and partner at Convergent Computing. With nearly 20 years of experience in IT, Andrew’s area of expertise is understanding a business’s needs and translating that to process and technologies to solve real problems. Having worked with companies from the Fortune Ten to companies of 10, Andrew has a unique perspective on IT and a grasp on “big picture” consulting. Andrew has also written nine industry books on varying technologies ranging from Windows to Security to Unified Communications and contributed to several others.


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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Early Release Material 17 Aug 2013
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As always, this was an excellent sneak-peek into the product. Very well-written. As with all early release material, one has to keep in mind that things can and many times do change by the time the product is RTM'd (Ready to Market).
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2.0 out of 5 stars Wait for another 2013 book 7 Jan 2013
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This book is not deep at all on the most important topics and spends way too much time going over the history of products. Also, why so much concentration on SCOM 2012 and UM? This of course is the problem with buying books written before the release of a product. If you want something deep, download the free Microsoft help file and wait for other books.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Disorganized mess 19 Jun 2013
By r3 - Published on Amazon.com
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I really tried to give this book a shot. I didn't expect anything too in-depth, just wanted a basic Exchange book to learn the overall functionality of the system. It was off to a slow start - the book offers in-depth step-by-step instructions on how to install Windows Server 2012, how to design and implement Active Directory, how to deploy DNS. I guess you have to fill 900 pages with something. I just moved past those parts and was glad that it didn't go into how to build a physical server. I found it a bit odd that Chapter 5 talks about how to configure certificates in an Exchange environment before you even get to installing Exchange (Chapter 6), but once again - I just followed along hoping that the good part was just about to start.

Well, that hope never materialized. Chapter 6 ended abruptly with a list of post-installation tasks: "Create a Send connector. Add additional accepted domains. Configure the default email address policy. Configure an SSL certificate. Configure external URLs. Configure Outlook Anywhere authentication methods." How do I do all of those things??? What happened to the detailed step-by-step instructions that filled the previous 200 pages of the book???

Ok, I moved on to Chapter 7 which covers transitions from Exchange 2007/2010. Once again - the chapter offers detailed step by step instructions on how to seize FSMO roles of your domain controllers for a test environment (very odd subject to cover, but ok...). It then offers an option to setup a brand new Active Directory Forest and Domain for the migration of your production environment - who does that??? Then there is the general rah-rah of how important it is to test everything in a lab. Some brief instructions on how to actually move mailboxes and public folders follow (the only actually useful part of the chapter). But that's all - the chapter mentions that you are supposed to "present 2007 mailboxes with a referral to the 2007 OWA server requiring a second logon" but says nothing about how that's accomplished. There is nothing about logistics of setting up coexistence between two environments during transition or testing mailflow, switching mail routing to the new CAS server - seemingly important subjects. Public folders migration is covered but public folder coexistence during migration is not (as it turned out - there is a separate chapter later in the book covering public folders including migrations; this information would have been useful as part of the chapter on actual transition to 2013).

The rest of the book follows suit - you'll get an introduction to the Exchange Admin Console midway through the book after working with it for at least half a dozen chapters. Journaling and retention are covered extensively in two separate chapters with a lot of overlap and repetition (likely written by two different authors who didn't bother to check out each others chapters). There is no rhyme or reason to the way the entire book is structured overall - don't expect it to guide you through a logical path and don't expect chapters to build on previous chapters. It's more of a random incomplete collection of chapters somehow tied in to Exchange 2013 - some more relevant than others, some more technical than others, some going as far as covering PowerShell, others staying on the surface and filling pages with dictionary definitions of what "New" and "Delete" buttons do.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Poorly written and disorganized! Don't waste your money and time. 11 Aug 2013
By Issac Tsubasa - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
Quick background:
I borrowed this book from library so that to upgrade from Win2008 R1 & Exchange 2007 to Win2012 & Exchange 2013.
Anyway, I don't expect this book as an all-in-one reference as every case is different.

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(I get this book because with previous volume of this series (Exchange Server 2010 Unleashed) as a major reference and successfully upgraded my customer's from Windows 2003 R2 & Exchange 2003 to Windows 2008 R2 & Exchange 2010.)

Chapter 7 (Transitioning from Exchange 2007/2010 to Exchange Server 2013) is the chapter I suppose I can get the most relevant info. But the chapter is incomplete and contains merely 20 pages, unlike the previous volume got >100 pages in 3 chapters.

I believe the following are missing:

1 - Configure exchange-related virtual directories

2 - Configure Unified Messaging. Not even a reference to the UM chapter, but that chapter does not seems mentioning the migration bit

3 - Configure offline address book (OAB). Again, not even a reference to somewhere else in the book. I can barely "address Book, offline generation" under Index.

4 - Get into Exchange Admin Center (EAC) via "https://%computername%/ecp?ExchClientVer=15" after installation of 2013 in co-existing with older versions. Before the administrator moved the mailbox to 2013, once you logged on via the IE to EAC, you will be redirected to the older version of Exchange. It is really frustrating! The URL is totally missing in both chapter 7 and not even mentioned in chapter 15 that is about EAC.

The "Replicating public folders from Exchange Server 2007/2010 to Exchange Server 2013" part is unverified (p.215, chapter 7).

It mentioned a PowerShell script "PublicFoldertoMailboxMapGenerator.ps1". Without mentioning where the script can be found, how can the task be done with merely a screen captured? I managed to got the script myself and the script is not in the folder in the captured screen! Even in the captured screen (Fig. 7.8), there is another script "Export-PublicFolderStatistics.ps1" executed before "PublicFoldertoMailboxMapGenerator.ps1". "Export-PublicFolderStatistics.ps1" had not been mentioned in the text at all!

Then there is chapter 9 telling "Migrating Public Folder", again without any reference from chapter 7.

Fortunately, I borrowed the book, but it is really a waste of time to read.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Incorrect information 4 July 2013
By Steve Tillman - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
This book says Exchange 2013 has an Edge Role and it doesn't. It also says the Edge Role receives incoming emails and then sends to those emails to the mailbox server 1st. According to Microsoft, the CAS role processes all external email traffic. Can't believe I wasted money on this.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not in depth enough! 18 Sep 2013
By Jero - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
I was hoping for a good Exchange 2013 book to prepare myself for the exam but this book is "Exchange Server 2013 for Dummies"
In general I find these kind of books not in depth enough but with this one I had the feeling that I had to write a review about it somewhere...

Look for something else if you are familiar already with Exchange Server.
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