Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5: Planning, Design and Implementation describes the best practices used during the planning, design, and implementation phases of projects to deploy Microsoft Exchange Server. It incorporates the author's general expertise gained from 16 years working with corporate messaging systems as well as experience gained from enterprise-level projects around the world, including Digital's own deployment of 55, 000 Exchange clients across 160 servers. The new functionality of Exchange V5.5 is covered, but the real values lies in the pragmatic and practical attitude taken to solving the problems posed by large-scale implementations of any messaging system. This book shows system designers, implementation teams, and e-mail administrators what Exchange V5.5 is capable of and where it needs human assistance to succeed. Covers Exchange 5.5 SP1 and advanced security and message journaling Describes best practice used during the planning, design and implementation phases of deploying Microsoft Exchange Server Foreword by Elaine K. Sharp, Worldwide Messaging Server Product Manager, Microsoft Corporation, March 1992 to October 1996The Exchange Resource Kit includes a tool (EXMERGE) to automate the movement of users across sites. The tool seeks to ... this tool does what you need before deploying it into production. ... There are two basic approaches that can be taken to retrieve messages from an Exchange server when youa#39;re working off- site.
|Title||:||Microsoft Exchange Server V5.5|
|Publisher||:||Digital Press - 1998|