Press Release: April 27, 1999
New "Nutshell" -- Desktop Reference to Microsoft Exchange ReleasedSEBASTOPOL, CA -- Microsoft Exchange Server is arguably one of the most successful products in Microsoft's history. In less than three years, Exchange sold more than 20 million seats and has become the messaging standard for the majority of Fortune 500 companies. But for those who've gone past the Exchange tutorials and are implementing, or planning to implement Exchange, there hasn't been much in the way of a concise desktop reference. Enter O'Reilly's latest release in the well-regarded "In a Nutshell" series -- Microsoft Exchange Server in a Nutshell by Mitch Tulloch.
This practical new resource guides experienced sysadmins through implementing and configuring Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5, whether they're setting up a single Exchange server or a multi-site rollout with connectivity to foreign mail systems. The heart of the book is an alphabetical reference for the Exchange directory objects, the GUI tools, and the command-line tools. Microsoft Exchange Server in a Nutshell covers the implementation and configuration of Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5. When you need to set up a single Exchange server for your company, or want to implement an enterprise-wide, multi-site rollout with connectivity to foreign mail systems, this will be the book to guide you through the configuration and daily administration tasks you need to perform.
O'Reilly's telltale cover animal for Microsoft Exchange Server in a Nutshell is a southern lesser bush baby (galago moholi).
For more information including Table of Contents and index, see: http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/exservnut/
Microsoft Exchange Server in a Nutshell
By Mitch Tulloch
1st Edition April 1999 (US)
1-56592-601-3, 404 pages, $24.95 (US$)
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