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Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Distilled by Scott Schnoll

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Chapter 5. Administration and Management

Technically, Exchange Server 2003 is a minor upgrade (sometimes referred to as a dot upgrade) to Exchange 2000 Server; internally, Exchange 2000 is Exchange version 6.0, and Exchange Server 2003 is Exchange version 6.5. Since Windows 2000 and Exchange 2000 were released, Microsoft has learned a great deal about real-world Active Directory and Exchange deployments of all shapes and sizes. One of the biggest lessons the company has learned is that now more than ever, administrators need all the help they can get. Generally speaking, there is an industry average ratio of one administrator for every 65 servers. Many administrators are overworked and underfunded, and they are constantly bombarded by circumstances ...

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