- Series: IT Best Practices - Microsoft Press
- Paperback: 910 pages
- Publisher: Microsoft Press; 1 edition (July 6, 2010)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0735627193
- ISBN-13: 978-0735627192
- Product Dimensions: 7.2 x 1.8 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3.2 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 21 customer reviews
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About the Author
Siegfried Jagott, MCSE, is a principal consultant specializing in Microsoft messaging and collaboration solutions. He has 15 years of experience with Exchange Server and has developed numerous books and courses.
Joel Stidley, Microsoft MVP for Exchange Server Architecture, is an author and systems architect with 14 years’ experience with Exchange. He specializes in virtualization, directory services, storage, and messaging.
Top customer reviews
For me, this book serves as a compendium of everything you must know or take into account when designing or building an Exchange solution. Much of the information can be found elsewhere, but having all the relevant aspects gathered in a single book helps inmensely. Previously I carried around dozens of links to relevant technet articles or the exchange blog, with no easy way to refresh the memory prior to a new project. And all the content is logically organised and flows naturally, explaining why things are important and design choices.
For instance, it gives you a list of things you should ask a prospective customer of an Exchange project, what network information you must gather, how to transform that information into design choices, along with reference data such as what does each Exchange service does, or what ports does it need for each component.
Besides, the book is full with tips and recommendations from experts and Exchange Team members, I often find things that took me years of experience to learn.
Of course, for a novice in Microsoft Exchange the book may be overwhelming, I think it's more useful for consultants or architects. The point of view is quite different than the usual Exchange book.
If I had to mention a negative point, the only thing I cand find is that the Excel job aids provided aren't very detailed and look hastily done, perhaps they will be updated over time. And perhaps a digital copy should have been included with it.
In short, a brilliant book. Easily recommended.
The up-to-date inclusion of SP1 throughout the book is also excellent. I was surprised by how many strong features and changes this first service pack introduced that are quite useful and powerful.
I use the book often, and havent been let down. Its' a must have in the library.
This is not a best practices list. They actually try to explain why things should be done in a certain way. I am recommending it to all my customers and students.