Topic spotlight: Exchange Server titles being broken up into focused topics

We’re trying something new this year with some of our titles. We’re breaking them into logical topics. We’re starting with the Exchange Server titles below. We wanted to produce smaller volumes and be able to offer you the chance to purchase titles that pertain specifically to your job.

We’d appreciate hearing what you think about this idea. Here’s the line up of our most recent Exchange Server titles.


 Coverage includes:

  • Deploying Exchange Server 2013
  • Administration essentials
  • Using Exchange Management Shell
  • Managing Exchange clients
  • User and contact administration
  • Mailbox administration
  • Working with Distribution Groups and Address Lists
  • Implementing security


 Coverage includes:

  • Managing databases and availability groups
  • Core database administration
  • Compliance and role-based access controls
  • Managing mail flow
  • Working with client access servers
  • Managing mobile users
  • Maintenance, monitoring, and queuing
  • Backups and restorations

INSIDE OUT SERIES – Full books and excerpts


With a focus on connectivity, clients, and unified messaging, this book delivers the ultimate, in-depth reference to IT professionals planning and managing an Exchange Server 2013 deployment. Guided by Paul Robichaux, a Microsoft MVP and popular author, you will:

  • Understand how Exchange Server 2013 works with previous versions
  • Gain expert insights into supporting clients, mobile devices, and UM
  • Take a deep dive into front-end servers; certificate and namespace management; transport rules; load balancing; client management, including Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Web App (OWA), and POP3/IMAP4; mobile devices; anti-malware and anti-spam features; Unified Messaging; Microsoft Lync; Office 365; Exchange Online.


With a focus on mailbox and high availability features, this book delivers the ultimate, in-depth reference to IT professionals planning and managing an Exchange Server 2013 deployment. Guided by Tony Redmond, a Microsoft MVP and award-winning author, you will:

  • Understand major changes to Exchange Server architecture
  • Get inside insights for planning your upgrade or deployment
  • Examine the new web-based Exchange admin center (EAC)
  • Take a deep dive into configuring mailboxes, distribution groups, and contacts; planning and managing the Managed Store; database availability groups; mailbox replication service; compliance, data leakage, and data loss prevention; site mailboxes; modern public folders


Comments (5)
  1. Glenn T says:

    Any word on the Exchange 2013 exam prep books?

  2. Mike F says:

    For me, it depends on how much depth of content there is in the titles.  Your competitor is the TechNet library and Development Team Blogs.  If the title could achieve depth, say, more organized and beyond what is spelled out in the above two sources, you would have a winner.

    The two recent Hyper-V mini titles (networking and storage) were disappointing.  Great selection of chapter topics!  However, each chapter was much too short — 4 or 5 pages in most cases, with few if any illustrations.  Something akin to the outdated Microsoft Private Key Security (PKI) book or the old Terminal Services book are examples of titles having considerable technical depth.

  3. KimSpilker says:

    @Mike F – well said. We just read this out loud in our team meeting. So helpful.

  4. GlennT says:

    And I suppose my comment was scrolled off the screen so you guys wouldn't have to look at it?  New professionals NEED the exam prep books in order to advance in our careers.  Please provide some information on their progress!

  5. William R. Stanek says:

    Great to see! For me, as the author, I'm really glad to finally be able to hold the products of months and months of hard work in my hands.

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