© 2016-2019 by Damian Scoles and Dave Stork.

BOOKS

Practical PowerShell Exchange Server 2016

When it comes to Exchange Server 2016, PowerShell is THE way to manage your environment.  From generating documentation to managing users and server configuration.  The book was written by two Office Server and Services MVPs and both technical editors are also Office Server and Services MVP's.   Practical PowerShell * Exchange Server 2016 is THE only book on the market that provides an In-Depth look at PowerShell on Exchange Server 2016.

Practical PowerShell  Exchange Online

Event with the move to the cloud you will find that with Microsoft Office 365 and Exchange Online, PowerShell is THE way to manage your tenant.  This includes generating documentation to managing users and security configurations.  The book was written by an Office Server and Services MVPs and the technical editor is also an Office Server and Services MVP.  Practical PowerShell * Exchange Online is THE only book on the market that provides an In-Depth look at PowerShell on Exchange Online.

Technical Reviewers

Michel de Rooij, Office Server and Services MVP

Jason Sherry, Office Server and Services MVP

Dave Stork, Office Server and Services MVP

ABOUT US

Damian Scoles
Office Server and Services MVP

Damian Scoles is an Exchange/Office Servers and Services MVP since  2013.  He is currently based out of the Chicago area and started out managing Exchange 5.5 and Windows NT.  He has worked with Exchange Server since 1997 and has remained active in the Exchange community by contributing to TechNet forums, creating scripts for Exchange Admins on the TechNet wiki, writing detailed Exchange blog articles (https://justaucguy.wordpress.com/) and running an Exchange/Office 365 User Group in Chicago.  As a second time author, Damian has poured his knowledge of Exchange Online and PowerShell into this book.  He hopes you will enjoy reading it as much as he did writing it.

Dave Stork
Office Server and Services MVP

Dave Stork started his Exchange career with Exchange 2003 and that version got him hooked. He blogs (https://dirteam.com/dave) and tweets (https://twitter.com/dmstork) about Exchange and other relevant topics for several years now and in time has expanded this community work with contributing to podcasts, speaking at several events and user group meetings in and outside his native Netherlands. He poured most of his knowledge and experience into the Practical PowerShell Exchange Server 2016 book last year.  Now he is expanding his skills with reviewing this Exchange Online book.  He is also an Exchange/Office Servers and Services MVP since 2014.