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Exchange Server 5.5 : 24 seven by Jim McBee
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Exchange Server 5.5 : 24 seven

by Jim McBee

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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0782125050, Paperback)

It appears Exchange Server administrators have an insatiable demand for thick books, a demand Jim McBee's Exchange Server 5.5--part of the 24Seven series--should help satisfy. Exchange Server doesn't naturally lend itself to a linear narrative style, which makes for episodic reading. With 18 chapters and four appendices, this text covers most Exchange Server issues, but McBee takes pains to point out the large areas--such as client issues--that are not covered.

Interestingly, the book does address migration issues, but not at a technical level. In fact the technical content is pretty light throughout--as if the target reader isn't intended to be hands-on. Sensibly, McBee places a lot of emphasis on preparation and routine maintenance in the central chapters. He focuses on disaster recovery issues, which has an amusing, I-told-you-so feel and uses a lot of ink referring you back to the chapters on preparation and maintenance. The point, of course, is that any disaster you're prepared for isn't a disaster at all.

Although Exchange Server 5.5 isn't as well-structured as it could be, it is clearly written by someone with a lot of experience. This alone makes it essential reading for anyone starting out with Exchange Server. --Steve Patient, Amazon.co.uk

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:23:28 -0400)

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