On my first day with the Exchange team in 2001, I was handed a copy of Tony Redmond’s Exchange 2000 book, “Here, read this!”. It did take me a while to make my through that tome, but I still recall thinking that it was well worth the time, as it laid the foundation for everything that was to come for me in Exchange.
They were obviously there before me, but I can personally attest that since that day, Tony’s team at HP have been outstanding partners with us in designing Exchange 2003 and 2007, helping us test the software throughout the development, and ultimately working with many customers on their deployments, migrations, and operations.
We designed Exchange 2007 with three audiences in mind:
The IT Executive looking for cost reduction, ...