Managing Microsoft Exchange Server by Paul Robichaux is a good book. The
books on_line that is installed with Exchange server is another good source.
Then there are the web sites http://www.swinc.com/resource/exchange.htm,
http://www.slipstick.com/ (just listed these two, search the web for
Exchange should provide you with more sites)
> I don't have a ISP yet, and how would i change the site name to a new
> BTW does anyone know a good reference source for more complex q's on
> exchange admin? ie book or web-site??
> > 1> Ask your ISP to point MX and A record to the new name
> > 2> Change the site name to the shorter one.
> > 3> Stop the service and re-start
> > Hope this will help!
> > Regards,
> > Geng Qu [James]
> > > Hello everyone,
> > > I'm new to this group. I have a question about the "site address"
> > > Exchange server 5.5. We are currently are not connected to the
> > and
> > > are NOT RUNNING exchange but someone installed it for us when
> > was
> > > installed.
> > > We are going to be getting dsl hook-up sometime in the next month
> > > two. This is the backoffice version not the standalone version. The
> > Site
> > > is a problem since our name is 26 characters in length. I need to get
> > > changed somehow to a shorter name and .org. Am I going to have to
> > > the nt server. I can't seem to get the site changed and I can't
> > > exchange server from the install disks since it already sees it on the
> > > system. Please help!!.
> > > Thank you for any help.
> > > D. Leighner