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on May 27, 2000
As an administrator preparing for the MCSE, I need not only to learn Exchange Server in theory, but also to use it in everyday practice. I am studying with James Chellis' well-regarded "MCSE: Exchange Server 5.5 Study Guide" (ISBN 0782127266). However, I have consistently turned first to Mitch Tulloch's book, which is both clearly written and organized logically for practical administration. Tulloch provides plentiful illustrations of his points (in case you're reading without being at an Exchange Admin console) and has many references to further resources, from Microsoft white papers to third-party Exchange resource websites. Simple but not simplistic, "Administering Exchange Server" is an excellent book both for study and as an administrator's practical reference.
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on December 27, 1999
Lets face it, IT books aren't cheap, so selecting the right book that does not contain usless information is difficult now days. Among all the MS Exchange books on the market, Mitch Tulloch's Administering Exchange Server 5.5 is the most authorative, detailed, and well written. In it he covers in concise detail every asppect of MS Exchange. It does not contian usless information, nor a "irrelevant CD with software you can buy". Mitch is an MCT and MCSE, it is clearly evident that he is an istructor in his writing, still the information is concise enough for medium to advanced level administrators.
I highly recommend this book over all others I have seen on the shelves. It will be the only Exchange book you will need.
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on March 12, 2000
After writing such an excellent book on Administering IIS, Mitch Tulloch continues with his gifted writing style in Administering Exchange Server 5.5. With such clear explanations and "walk-throughs", students and experienced administrators will definitly benefit from this book!
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on July 11, 2000
This book is one of the best books I have seen, it covers just about everything under the Exchange sun. It could have been even more technical for my taste but relatively speaking it is the best Exchange book I have read so far.
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