Exchange 2000 Server: The Complete Reference
By Schnoll, Scott, English, Bill, and Cavalancia, Nick
This complete reference contains in-depth information on architecture, system administration, and integration as well as scalability enablers and directory enabled application technology. You'll also get complete details on client-side issues and Outlook 2000 integration.


DOI: 10.1036/0072194499

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Author Biography

Scott Schnoll (Portland, OR) is a consultant for a large manufacturing company where he manages the Exchange infrastructure. He is active in the Exchange community and writes articles for publications such as Exchange & Outlook Magazine.

Bill English, MCSE, MCP+Internet, MCT, CTT, (Maple Grove, MN) owns his own consulting business, Networknowledge, where he provides consulting services to small- and medium-sized businesses and training for educational institutions as well as Microsoft Certified Technical Education Centers (CTECH). He has written articles for Exchange Administrator magazine and is the co-author of the upcoming MS Press book: Exchange Server 2000 Administrator's Companion.

Nick Cavalancia (MCSE, MCT, MCNE, MCNI) is director of training and consulting for Comsphere (wwww.comsphere.com) where he specializes in high-end Exchange 2000 and Windows 2000 infrastructure designs. Nick has worked as a Microsoft and Novell trainer, and a consultant for large scale Exchange 5.x and Exchange 2000 projects supporting 2,000-150,000 users. He is an editor and a contributor to numerous books and also speaks regularly at conferences, including the Microsoft Exchange Conference 2000.


Exchange 2000 Server: The Complete Reference
Author(s): Schnoll, Scott, English, Bill, and Cavalancia, Nick
ISBN: 0072194499
DOI: 10.1036/0072194499

Format: eBook, 793 pages.
Pub date: 25 May 2001
Copyright: 2001
$54.95 US
Product Line: McGraw-Hill Osborne Media

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