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Getting Started with Exchange 2000

Where to Start
Exchange 2000 Release Notes, Part I 
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 277844 - This article is part one of a two-part article that contains the Release Notes for Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server.

Exchange 2000 Release Notes, Part II
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 277845 - This article is part two of a two-part article that contains the Release Notes for Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server. 

Exchange 2000 Downloadable Documentation
Learn more about installation and deployment, migrating users from Lotus Notes, and completing daily tasks by viewing these Compiled HTML (.chm) files. Source: Microsoft.com

Exchange 2000 Server Online Documentation
The Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server documentation provided on this page includes a planning and installation guide, online administration documentation for your daily tasks, an Exchange roadmap for learning about and running Exchange 2000 Server, and information to migrate users from Lotus Notes. Source: Microsoft.com

 

Exchange 2000 Operations Guide
To manage Exchange in a day-to-day environment, an operations team needs to perform a wide variety of procedures, including server monitoring, backup, verification of scheduled events, protection against attack, and user support. This guide includes instructions for the procedures along with steps for dealing with unresolved issues in a timely manner. The content of the Operations Guide draws from the knowledge and best practice guidelines from Microsoft Consulting Services (MCS), Microsoft©s Internal Technical Support Group, and the Exchange Development Team. Source: Microsoft.com

Exchange 2000 Front-end and Back-end Topology
Read about the front-end and back-end server topology in Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server, paying particular attention to HTTP. Source: Microsoft.com

FAQ for Exchange 2000 Evaluation Editions
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 276206 - This article covers some of the most frequently asked questions about Exchange 2000 evaluation edition products.

Get Some Training, It's Worth It
So you have decided to get Exchange, but have you planned for training. Exchange can be a complicated subject and spending a little time and money on training can save a you lot of time and money later, but getting the right training is not always easy. This article should help you make the right choices. Source: MSExchange.org

Information on Exchange 2000 Server Product Line
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 272601 - This article describes the Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server product line, the recommended uses for each type of server, and the features and components that are included with each type of server. 

Versions of Exchange Server Supported on Windows 2000 Server
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 253249 - If you want to install Exchange Server on a computer that is running Microsoft Windows 2000 Server, the supported versions of Exchange Server are Exchange Server version 5.5 Service Pack 3, or any later versions.

Windows 2000 and Exchange 2000 Server Terminology Primer White Paper
Delve into this glossary of the most commonly used Active Directory and Exchange 2000 technical terms and acronyms. Source: Microsoft.com

 

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