Exchange 2010 SP1 - A Practical Approach

Exchange 2010 SP1 - A Practical Approach

Exchange 2010 SP1 - A Practical Approach
by Jaap Wesselius

Publisher: Red gate books 2011
ISBN/ASIN: 1906434662
ISBN-13: 9781906434663
Number of pages: 348

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Exchange 2010 SP1 - A Practical Approach draws upon 15 years of Exchange Server experience to deliver an easy-to-use, slim and distilled guide to 2010 SP1, full of useful examples and top tips for SysAdmins, both new and experienced.

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