Thu, Jan 12 2006 19:58
Taking the server for a spin...
So Michael pings...
I'm wondering if you could reccomend a book about SBS to me.
We were running SBS on NT 4.0 and have recently installed SBS 2003 Premium so I'm after a book that will explain the possibilities of SBS 2003 Premium to me. I've got a book called "Exchange Server 5.5 & Outlook Complete" published by Sybex, which explained was pitched at the right level in terms of explaining what could be done with these products, how they interact together, and how to configure them.
I've had an extensive look around Microsofts website, and find it's too vague (collaborate, work smarter, stay productive)
In particular I'd like to know how to best use Outlook 2003 when using Exchange Server, and what are the possibilities with Sharepoint and how that can interact with Outlook/Exchange.
The majority of books available are for system administrators and are very technical and detailed. I'd just like to know what the additional functionality in SBS 2003 is and what the possibilites are.
Now while I can send Michael to my past posts about books...There's a lot of stuff right inside the Remote Web Workplace...help menus and what not.... and how about that first set of emails you got when you set up the server?
Your company installed Windows Small Business Server 2003 on your computer network. Windows Small Business Server provides software tools that help you work more productively, and communicate more effectively with co-workers and clients. Some or all of the following options are available. Click a link for more information:
Go find that email..... and click those links.... see exactly what this box can do. My fellow beancounters LOVE remote web workplace as they can even access their desktops from clients. I love it because it ensures that I can be paranoid and secure at the same time enabling remote access for our employees.
Filed under: Training and Books