Practical Guides For
EXCHANGE SERVER 2016
The Practical PowerShell for Exchange Server 2016 book was written for the beginner to intermediate user of Exchange PowerShell. The book contains real world code samples and explanations. We look forward to your purchase.
Security and Compliance Center
Security. Compliance. This is Microsoft's central location for managing and securing your data Office 365. Learn how to use PowerShell to manage these and to configure PowerShell only settings. Practical, real-world examples will be used throughout the book.
To Be Released in September 2019
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Exchange 2019 is Microsoft's latest Exchange Server product. PowerShell is still VERY integral to getting the most out of Exchange. This book will cover the ins and outs of Exchange 2019 and will also include DEEP DIVES into aspects of Exchange using PowerShell. This book will continue the tradition of bring real world examples to light with PowerShell.
To Be Released in December 2019
The Practical PowerShell for Exchange Online book was written for those Exchange admins who are managing Exchange in Office 365. The book contains real world code samples and explanations. We look forward to your purchase.
With the retirement of Skype Online, Microsoft Teams will become Microsoft's collaboration tool. Behind the scenes, PowerShell is THE tool to manage Teams. This book will focus on helping you learn how to use PowerShell effectively with Microsoft Teams using practical real-world examples.
To be released by Summer 2020
Exchange Online Second Edition - Dec 2019 (?)
Damian is an 21 year veteran of the IT field, specializing in Exchange Server, Windows Servers, Active Directory and PowerShell. Beginning with Exchange 5.5, he has been involved with migrations, implementations, architecture designs and resolving issues for Exchange Server projects. Currently he runs the Microsoft Messaging and Collaboration User group, writes blog entries on his blog (https://justaucguy.wordpress.com/) and answering questions in the TechNet forums. On occasion, he will also write script and publish them on the TechNet Wiki.
Dave started working with Exchange Server with version 2003. He has been heavily involved in the Exchange community since that time. In his spare time he contributes to the same community with his blog - https://dirteam.com/dave/. Furthermore, Dave contributes to the widely renowned UC Architects (http://www.theucarchitects.com/). This is also Dave's first book.