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Microsoft Outlook 2000 E-mail and Fax Guide by Sue Mosher
5.0 out of 5 stars Good basic book!, April 24 2002
This book is a great starting point for learning the features (and there are a lot of them!) of Outlook 2000. The author has a web site that has a lot more indepth features than she put in the book, but the book is a good starter book.
Mastering Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server by Barry Gerber
I was given responsibility of my company's Exchange infrastructure during our migration from Exchange 5.5. This book helped me to learn the basics of installation and configuration. A knowledge of Active Directory is helpful (but this is not an AD book) and the book does not go in to a lot of depth on many topics such as troubleshooting. The book is easy to read and the writer's style is easy to follow, though he does point out the obvious frequently, but that is okay because this is a basics book. I found it a great starting point for learning Exchange 2000; the Exchange 2000 Server 24seven book is a great place to pick up where this book leaves off.
MCSE Training Kit: Microsoft Windows 2000 Core Req&hellip by Microsoft Press
I bought these books to help supplement the material I learned in the Windows 2000 classes I took at my nearby Microsoft training center. I was hoping to find new and revealing information on Windows 2000 in these books since they came from Microsoft Press, but instead it was just a rehash of the training material. The classes were much better. I suppose these books are okay if you can't take classes, but it is much harder to focus on material that is not very interesting if you won't have someone that can explain and clarify the fuzzy parts like we had in the class. I learned a lot more from Mark Minasi's Mastering Windows 2000 Server than from the self-paced training books that I read.