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Exchange Server 5.5: Exam 70-81 [Paperback]

Mitch Tulloch
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April 1999 0071347712 978-0071347716 1
Instant and complete immersion into Exchange Server 5.5, one of the leading electives on the MCSE track. Fills a big gap, providing targeted information on an area in which many candidates have little practical experience. All the beenfits of Accelerated Guides: easy to use, quick and portable format, test-taking strategies and tactics.

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Becoming a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer just got easier. Accelerated MCSE Study Guides are written by experts--MCSEs and MCTs--for computer professionals who want to pass their exams the first time around. It's all here: everything you need to approach the exam with confidence, in a handy, study-anywhere format. The Exchange Server 5.5 Accelerated MCSE Study Guide provides exactly the kind of guidance necessary to get you ready for the implementing and Supporting Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5 exam--a test that covers a popular elective for getting your MCSE credentials. Pick any topic--from installation and configuration to running applications, to monitoring and optimization--and the information is all there, right where you want it. A complete, one-stop reference on how to study for and pass Exam 70-081: implementing and supporting Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5--a popular elective covering Microsoft's much-used network messaging system. Must-know, insider details on test procedures, costs, restrictions, rules, and myths. Full coverage of configuration, support, resource administration, and troubleshooting facts required for the exam.

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I'm a Microsoft Certified Trainer and system administrator in Saudi Arabia, and I would like to recommend this book. It's one of the best concise summaries of Exchange Server I've seen. It lacks by not having much in the way of practice questions, so you need to use it in conjunction with Transcender if you are planning on taking the exam. But if you want a "Cliff's Notes" on Exchange, this is it.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Contents mixed up Oct. 11 1999
By A Customer
Format:Paperback
This is a pretty good book but it is very difficult to find the right information because it dos not follow the standard table of contents from Microsoft e.g. Planning, Installation etc etc. It maybe sounds like nothing but it really is a payne because you can not locate stuff in the way you read it in the main book for your Exchange exam.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good summary of Exchange 5.5 Aug. 8 1999
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Format:Paperback
Excellent book for learning the structure of Exchange and the most used features. You need something else for the test, however. Exchange is so "tab" heavy that explaining every function on every tab of every screen for every object would take volumes. I would recommend this book for a new exchange administrator.
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4.0 out of 5 stars one of the best concise summaries of Exchange Server June 7 1999
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Format:Paperback
I'm a Microsoft Certified Trainer and system administrator in Saudi Arabia, and I would like to recommend this book. It's one of the best concise summaries of Exchange Server I've seen. It lacks by not having much in the way of practice questions, so you need to use it in conjunction with Transcender if you are planning on taking the exam. But if you want a "Cliff's Notes" on Exchange, this is it.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good summary of Exchange 5.5 Aug. 8 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
Excellent book for learning the structure of Exchange and the most used features. You need something else for the test, however. Exchange is so "tab" heavy that explaining every function on every tab of every screen for every object would take volumes. I would recommend this book for a new exchange administrator.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Contents mixed up Oct. 11 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
This is a pretty good book but it is very difficult to find the right information because it dos not follow the standard table of contents from Microsoft e.g. Planning, Installation etc etc. It maybe sounds like nothing but it really is a payne because you can not locate stuff in the way you read it in the main book for your Exchange exam.
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