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Managing Mailboxes, Groups, & Other Objects: EXCERPT from Microsoft® Exchange Server 2013 Inside Out by Tony Redmond

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Introduction

When Paul Robichaux and I first sat down to discuss how we might cooperate in writing Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Inside Out, we were conscious that the sheer complexity and breadth of the product meant that many months of fact-gathering, writing, checking, and editing would be necessary to produce a book that described Exchange 2013 in sufficient depth and detail to warrant the “Inside Out” title. In fact, we knew that two books were necessary to avoid ending up with one 1,600-page mega-volume, so we divided the task to align with the Mailbox and Client Access Server roles, which is the plan that we’ve used to create the books.

At the same time, we knew that there were particular parts of Exchange 2013 that justified their own ...

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