Exchange 2010 design and deployment skills are important for everyone, even those IT pros who are maintaining an established Exchange 2010 environment. Here's how I got the skills and passed the exam with flying colors.
Exchange Server skills have been in strong demand for a very long time. There are a few reasons for this, firstly that Microsoft Exchange Server is the leading messaging and collaboration product in the IT industry today. The other reason is that while a lot of people know a little about Exchange, not many have […]
J. Peter Bruzzese runs Exclusively Exchange where he has created 150 training videos for Exchange Server 2007, totalling more than 7 hours of viewing. Link: ExclusivelyExchange.com
The Microsoft Exchange Team Blog has a great write up by Greg Taylor who is the program manager for the MCM: Exchange Server 2007 program. The Microsoft Certified Master program is the premium credential for IT professionals and consultants working with Microsoft products such as Windows Server 2008, Exchange Server 2007, SQL Server 2008, SharePoint […]
The Microsoft Exchange team has two new videos that take a brief look at setting up a Windows Server 2008 cluster and installing Exchange Server 2007 SP1 with Cluster Continuous Replication. Installing Windows 2008 Clustering using the UI wizard Installing Exchange 2007 SP1 CCR on Windows 2008 They are only about 8 minutes and 5 […]
This page contains Amazon affiliate links. If you make a purchase through one of these links, I earn a small commission at no extra cost to you. This morning I sat and passed the 70-236 exam from Microsoft, which is titled TS: Exchange Server 2007, Configuring. Passing this exam earns you MCTS: Microsoft Exchange Server […]
Microsoft has released some training materials to help with end-user training for Microsoft Office Sharepoint Server 2007. These slick, professional looking PowerPoint decks can help end-users understand MOSS 2007 terminology and assist them with how to perform routine tasks within the portal. The Sharepoint Team Blog has linked directly to the files here.