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Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Unleashed 1st Edition

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This is the ultimate guide to the design, migration, implementation, administration, management, and support of an Exchange Server 2007 environment. The recommendations, tips, and tricks covered are based on more than two years of early adopter implementations of Exchange 2007. The authors highlight the features and functions that organizations both large and small have found to be the important components in Exchange 2007, including the new Outlook Web Access mail, functions that better support mobile devices, server-to-server mailbox replication for better data recovery, and integrated voicemail unified messaging. Detailed information on how to...
  • Plan your implementation and migration to Exchange 2007
  • Confirm that your architecture of Exchange 2007 meets best practices
  • Build a lab environment to test that your migration, implementation, and support processes are valid
  • Implement Cluster Continuous Replication for effective disaster recovery of a failed Exchange server or site
  • Integrate Exchange 2007 Unified Messaging into an existing telephony environment
  • Optimize Exchange 2007 for a scalable enterprise environment
  • Administer and support Exchange on an ongoing basis
Introduction Part I Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Overview 1 Exchange Server 2007 Technology Primer 2 Best Practices at Planning, Prototyping, Migrating, and Deploying Exchange Server 2007 Part II Planning and Designing an Exchange Server 2007 Environment 3 Understanding Core Exchange Server 2007 Design Plans 4 Architecting an Enterprise-Level Exchange Environment 5 Integrating Exchange Server 2007 in a Non-Windows Environment 6 Understanding Network Services and Active Directory Domain Controller Placement for Exchange Server 2007 Part III Implementing Exchange Server 2007 Services 7 Installing Exchange Server 2007 8 Implementing Edge Services for an Exchange Server 2007 Environment 9 Using the Windows PowerShell in an Exchange Server 2007 Environment Part IV Securing an Exchange Server 2007 Environment 10 Client-Level Secured Messaging 11 Server and Transport-Level Security 12 Encrypting Email Communications with Exchange Server 2007 13 Securing Exchange Server 2007 with ISA Server 14 Understanding Enterprise Policy Enforcement Security Part V Migrations and Coexistence with Exchange Server 2007 15 Migrating from Windows 2000 Server to Windows Server 2003 16 Migrating to Exchange Server 2007 17 Implementing Client Access and Hub Transport Servers 18 Administering an Exchange Server 2007 Environment 19 Exchange Server 2007 Management and Maintenance Practices 20 Using Microsoft Operations Manager to Monitor Exchange Server 2007 21 Using Terminal Services to Manage Exchange Servers 22 Documenting an Exchange Server 2007 Environment Part VII Unified Communications in an Exchange Server 2007 Environment 23 Designing and Implementing Mobility in Exchange Server 2007 24 Designing and Configuring Unified Messaging in Exchange Server 2007 25 Collaborating Within an Exchange Environment Using Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 26 Extending the Real-Time Communications Functionality of Exchange Server 2007 Part VIII Client Access to Exchange Server 2007 27 Getting the Most Out of the Microsoft Outlook Client 28 Leveraging the Capabilities of the Outlook Web Access (OWA) Client 29 Using Non-Windows Systems to Access Exchange Server 2007 30 Deploying the Client for Microsoft Exchange Part IX Data Protection and Disaster Recovery of Exchange Server 2007 31 Continuous Backups, Clustering, and Network Load Balancing in Exchange Server 2007 32 Backing Up the Exchange Server 2007 Environment 33 Recovering from a Disaster in an Exchange Server 2007 Environment Part X Optimizing Exchange Server 2007 Environments 34 Optimizing an Exchange Server 2007 Environment 35 Designing and Optimizing Storage (SAN/NAS) in an Exchange Server 2007 Environment Index

About the Author

Rand H. Morimoto, Ph.D., MBA, MCSE, MVP  Rand Morimoto has been in the computer industry for more than 25 years and has authored, coauthored, or been a contributing writer for over a dozen books on Windows Server 2003, Security, Exchange Server 2003, BizTalk Server, 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 beta versions of Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, SharePoint 2007, and Windows Longhorn Server in production environments more than 2 years before the initial product releases. Besides speaking at over 50 conferences and conventions around the world in the past year on tips, tricks, and best practices on planning, migrating, and implementing Exchange Server 2007, Rand is one of four cybersecurity advisors to the White House.

 

Michael Noel, MCSE+I, CISSP, MCSA, MVP  Michael Noel has been involved in the computer industry for nearly two decades, and has significant real-world experience with enterprise Exchange Server environments. Michael has authored several major publications such as Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Unleashed, Microsoft ISA Server 2006 Unleashed, Microsoft SharePoint 2007 Unleashed, Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Unleashed, and many more with a total worldwide circulation of more than 100,000 copies. Currently a principal consultant at Convergent Computing in the San Francisco Bay area, Michael’s writings are leveraged from his real-world experience designing, deploying, and administering Exchange Server environments.

 

Andrew Abbate, MCSE, MCSA  Andrew Abbate is a 14-year veteran of consulting and IT with a wealth of practical knowledge on Exchange. Starting with his first migration of MS Mail to Exchange 4.0 through early adopter migrations to Exchange 2007, Andrew has worked with some of the largest and most complex Exchange environments in North America. In addition to his Exchange background, Andrew has written several other books covering topics such as Windows Server 2003, Active Directory, and Information Security. Andrew currently enjoys the position of Senior Consultant at Convergent Computing, where he continues to consult with both large and small clients to help improve their IT practices.

 

Chris Amaris, MCSE, MVP, CISSP/ISSAP, CHS III  Chris Amaris 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 since the early beta days of version 4.0. He specializes in messaging, security, performance tuning, systems management, and migration. A Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) with an Information System Security Architecture Professional (ISSAP) concentration, Certified Homeland Security (CHS III), Windows 2003 MCSE, Novell CNE, Banyan CBE, and Certified Project Manager, Chris is also an author, writer, and technical editor for a number of IT books, including Network Security for Government and Corporate Executives, Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Unleashed, Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Unleashed, and Microsoft Operations Manager 2005 Unleashed. Chris presents on messaging, operations management, security, and information technology topics worldwide.

 

Mark Weinhardt, MCSE  Mark Weinhardt has worked in various aspects of the computing industry for more than 20 years. Coming from a military background, Mark understands the importance of implementing and maintaining proper communications and has preserved that mentality with his transition to the private sector. Mark has been a consultant with Convergent Computing since 1994. With an infectious enthusiasm for technology, Mark has performed Windows and Exchange implementations and migrations for companies throughout northern California.

 

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 1344 pages
  • Publisher: Sams Publishing; 1 edition (February 2, 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0672329204
  • ISBN-13: 978-0672329203
  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 2.1 x 9.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,033,188 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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I agree with Mitchell there are some errors in the text..but there are a lot of features i had no idea were available in Exchange like Safelist Aggregation until i read this book. Overall it's still a good investment when learning the new Exchange Server.
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I rated this a 3 because it appears some of the content is not correct.

I am still in the process of reading this book but have already found many errors. On page 14 it states the "concept of recovery storage group has been removed" But on page 103 it states "exchange 2007 also includes support for the concept of a recovery storage group" Also in 3 seperate places it states that exchange 2007 standard edition only supports a 75 GB store. According to Microsoft, On their how to buy website it states there is no limit on database size and will house 5 storage groups with standard edition. Exchange Enterprise supports 50 storage groups and unlimited store size as well.

So at this point I am a little skeptical of the content however I will finish this book because I am hoping it will improve and the unleashed series has been good in the past.
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This is the worst Windows server book I have ever encountered. It is full of factual inaccuracies (the wrong name of server roles), grammatical errors and typos. I have no problem with it being updated from a previous version, and a lot of that is a copy/paste operation, but don't they have editors to check the work?
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This book is a giant plie of redundant double speak. Don't bother trying to read it in the contentional manner, and don't expect it to explain how to do something. This book doesn't not even try to accomplish either of these goals. A better title for this book would be, "how to manage an IT group that is going to use Exchange 2007". There are many places where its explanantion boils down to: "and then it just happens".

One could GREATLY improve this book if the didn't try to lump togehter a billion usage scenarios into one. They could just lay out the fundementals and then seperate the book into the 4 or 5 most common usage scenarios. A simple questionare of 5 questions would direct you to the correct section that best matches your usage scenario:

1. Do you already have an existing exchange system?
2. Multiple or Single Domains?
3. Multiple or Single Forest?
4. How many users do you intend to serve?
5. Additional considerations (mobile messaing, etc..)?

A transitoning (upgradeing), single forest, single domain, < 50 user, and only basic exchange messeageing administrator would need to read less than 1/20th of this book. Instead, one has to wade through a myriad of details that are in no way relevant to the bottom line, setting up an exchange 2007 server correctly.
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I ordered this book due to the fact that it was the first released book for Exchange 2007 on Amazon but apparently there was a reason. Live a earlier reviewer said there are a lot of errors in this book and it makes you wary if you can trust the things that are being said as fact when some of it doesn't sound exactly right.

Mainly this book is huge! going well over 1000 pages but so much of the book is just the same thing repeated over and over again. Also I don't understand the need to go into some many other topics in this book. This book covers so many other Microsoft products like AD, DNS, security WSUS, MOM, even how to install Windows server 2003! With so many thing going on in this book it's hard to find the real meat on what you bought the book for... Exchange 2007.

I would say this book is a good reference guide and will be able to help you with your migrations but look for something else to pass exam 70-236 or to get a better grasp into the inner workings of Exchange 2007.
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One of the best books in the market about Exchange 2007, it has a great section about project planning and consulting in general also. Great for planning migration from Exchange 2000/2003 to Exchange 2007, I highly recommend this book to anyone planning to migrate their organization to Exchange 2007, but make sure to look into other resources and check frequent updates about Exchange 2007 online. The PoweShell part is kind of weak compared to the other sections.
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Best even than the version for exchange 2003 of the same authors.It approaches all the important items of a new implementation or a migration of previous version, only of exchange not of other commercial mail products not Microsoft, in my opinion it will be only one lacking of this edition
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