Once upon a time, Exchange administrators only needed to know how to work with physical servers that were located on site. Today's Exchange administrators need to know how to work with local and remote Exchange servers, Exchange Online, and hybrid Exchange configurations. And it's the reason I wrote Exchange Server 2013 Pocket Consultant: Configuration & Clients for today's reality.
Exchange Server 2013 Pocket Consultant: Configuration & Clients is a 378-page guide to Exchange Server 2013, focused on core configuration tasks for Exchange Online, Exchange hybrid, and Exchange Server. Embracing Exchange Online, Exchange hybrid, and Exchange Server allowed me to push the discussion in new directions.
As you've probably noticed, a great deal of information about Exchange Server
2013 is available on the web and in other printed books. You can find tutorials,
reference sites, discussion groups, and more to make using Exchange Server 2013
easier. However, the advantage of reading this book is that much of the information
you need to learn about Exchange Server 2013 is organized in one place and presented
in a straightforward and orderly fashion. This book has everything you need
to master Exchange configurations and Exchange clients.
In this book, I teach you how features work, why they work the way they do,
and how to customize them to meet your needs. I also offer specific examples of
how certain features can meet your needs and how you can use other features to
troubleshoot and resolve issues you might have. In addition, this book provides tips,
best practices, and examples of how to optimize Exchange Server 2013. This book
won't just teach you how to configure Exchange Server 2013; it will teach you how
to squeeze every last bit of power out of it and make the most from the features
and options it includes. When working with Exchange Online, you also need to know about Office 365 and Windows Azure, which are also discussed in the book.
Hope you can put Exchange Server 2013 Pocket Consultant: Configuration & Clients to work for you.
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Thanks for reading,
William R. Stanek