Executive Summary

For most organizations, e-mail is now a critical component of the communications infrastructure, second only to the telephone. In this context, Exchange 2000 makes a giant leap, from a workgroup product that was sorely stretched in large installations to a next-generation e-mail service capable of supporting millions of users on a 7x24 basis. This metamorphosis was not simple.

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