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Microsoft® Exchange Server 2010 Best Practices (IT Best Practices - Microsoft Press)

Covers Service Pack 1!Apply best practices for administering Exchange Server 2010 and SP1--and optimize your operational efficiency and results. This guide captures the field-tested solutions, real-world lessons, and candid advice of practitioners across the range of business and technical scenarios--and across the IT life cycle. Gain expert insights on what works, where to make tradeoffs, and how to implement the best decisions for your organization. Discover how to: Apply scenario-based guidance for planning and deployment Prepare Active Directory(R) and the server environment Validate requirements and understand configuration tradeoffs Learn best ways to manage users, mailboxes, and permissions Optimize message routing and security Design and implement Unified Messaging and federated delegation Define your archiving and compliance strategy Build high availability into your backup and recovery plan Monitor and tune performance Apply proven troubleshooting tactics Companion Web content features: Checklists, planning worksheets, and other job aids Quick Reference Guide to best practices, including recommended Fast-reference card for using Windows PowerShell(TM) Entered e-mail

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 (View shipping rates and policies)

Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)

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I have been teaching Microsoft Exchange for years. And i have often complained that Microsoft is Great with level 200 material for the beginner. But they often left out the design information or best practices. This book really brings it home and explains alot of the design concepts and even some of the general architecture that many people are not aware of. it has comments and insight from Consultants all over the globe that have been doing this in the field for years. And it really ties it all together.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.

Great book for people who really want to understand Exchange 2010: it's got high availability and site resilience planning and design, CAS namespace and certificate planning, datacenter failover planning, hardware sizing (nice explanations of the storage calculator), migration methodologies from other versions of Exchange - in short, most of the things you were hoping to get in those "other"'s here. These guys did a great job. You won't be disappointed.

This is a perfect book for anyone that is looking to plan, deploy, and manage Exchange 2010 in their organization. Best of all are the Inside Track and Notes from the Field tips that provide that real world experience. If you are planning on deploying Exchange 2010, or you just want to know more about it, this is the book to get!

This book is truly an incredible resource. I'm usually involved in designing and managing exchange projects and migrations, and in those projects you need to have clear ideas and take lots of things into account, lest you find yourself in a dead alley in the middle of the project. Being a Microsoft Certified Trainer, I'm also involved in training in Exchange.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 author is pretty much at your disposal for any questions, which is a fresh change for sure. I was recently thrown into a SysAdmin position with my company and I didnt have a ton of experience with Exchange {/linux here} I got a hold of the author through a popular social media site, asked a few tough questions, and all the answers panned out with little complication.I use the book often, and havent been let down. Its' a must have in the library.

I got more than I was expecting. It has every aspect of Microsoft Exchange 2010. There is nothing left out. If you can do it with Exchange this book tells you about it, and the best practice need to accomplish said task. As precaution, this is not a punch list of if you do "xyz" you are in best practices. This book presents the options of the best practice in that configuration, and it is up to you the administrator to interpret and apply it to your environment. The book references invaluable tools need to accomplish your daily duties, and including tools that are needed when upgrading from previous versions of exchange. This book has so much in-depth detail that you might be overwhelmed. The content I would consider to be at a level 300 or 400. This is not a book for a beginning administrator unless you seek in-depth detail about every aspect of Microsoft Exchange.

I haven't read many Exchange specific publications, but out of the few I have read, this book is definitely the best. I currently work in a medium size company, which has seven Exchange 2010 mailbox servers, and seven Exchange 2010 Hub/Cas servers and this book has helped open my eyes to all of the tools that Exchange 2010 provides for administrators. Most of the recommendations in this book have been implemented in our Exchange 2010 environment and have helped resolve several underlying issues in the environment. Excellently written and perfect for use in studying for the 70-662 and 70-663 exams. I would recommend this book to any experienced Exchange Administrator and also for any newcomers to the Exchange world.Thanks,JK

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