I’m happy (and proud) to announce the soon-to-be-released “Microsoft Exchange 2013 Cookbook” which I’m co-authoring with Peter De Tender.

Microsoft Exchange 2013 Cookbook

We are currently working hard to finish editing the last chapters and if all goes well, the book should be available somewhere in the course of August.

When we first started writing on the book, we committed ourselves to keeping things as practical as possible. While you will find plenty of information on how things work under the cover, we try to stay away from technical deep dives and work based of practical examples that should help you getting things done!

As you will notice, the book is targeted to what I like to call the “accidental admin” who needs to master Exchange 2013, yet at the same time has his hands full implementing and managing plenty of other things! However, this doesn’t mean that the seasoned Exchange admin or Exchange enthusiast won’t find any value in it as it contains plenty of facts on Exchange 2013 to keep you going! Smile

I personally believe the book goes great along with PACKTs other title “Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 PowerShell Cookbook- Second Edition” which will further enhance your skills in executing certain tasks – leveraging the power in PowerShell.

For me this is my first “big” writing project and I’m very excited about it!  I do hope that you enjoy the book and look forward to the feedback.

Michael

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