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Microsoft Exchange Server 2013: Design, Deploy and Deliver an Enterprise Messaging Solution by Nicolas Blank, Neil Johnson, Nathan Winters

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Chapter 1

Business, Functional, and Technical Requirements

The goal of this chapter is to help you address and answer questions from the people around you in the form of a common language. Requirements are essential for implementing Exchange 2013 successfully.

Exchange can be a daunting product to contemplate, with over 20 million lines of code. There are many, many features from which to choose, though some have not changed significantly between Exchange versions (address book generation, for example). Furthermore, there's a discussion of how these features are to be implemented and the entire best practices conversation, which comes with the territory. How do you choose which features to implement and which to leave behind? The answer is requirements. ...

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