Introducing Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server

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AUTEUR
Joanne Woodcock
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10,87 MB
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Introducing Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server.pdf
ISBN
5465338885819

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Your pre-release guide to evaluating and planning your deployment of Exchange 2000 Server, beta releaseStay ahead of the curve with this official first look inside Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server, a comprehensive messaging platform that enables the widest possible range of solutions for the free exchange of e-mail, voice mail, streaming video, documents, and Web content, plus video conferencing, instant messaging, and chat sessions. This exclusive Microsoft preview delivers an authoritative technical overview of the fundamental design improvements in Exchange 2000 Server that enhance scalability, manageability, and integration. You get coveted pre-release information to aid in evaluation and planning-advance insights that can help expedite rollout and reduce your total cost of ownership.• Understand how Microsoft Exchange Server has evolved to become the most reliable, secure messaging platform• Discover enhanced scalability features such as clustering and integration with Microsoft Windows 2000 and Microsoft Active Directory services• See how Exchange 2000 Server operates in the enterprise to reduce your total cost of ownership• Explore features that simplify Exchange 2000 Server installation, rollout, and administration, such as the Microsoft Management Console• Review improvements in routing, workgroup collaboration, and real-time and wireless messaging that can enhance workplace productivity

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Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. The history of Microsoft Exchange Server begins with the first Microsoft Exchange Server product - Exchange Server 4.0 in March 1996 - and extends to the current day.. Microsoft had sold a number of email products before Exchange.

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