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This white paper describes Exchange 2000 terms and concepts and how to apply to Exchange 2000 design principals effectively. Additionally, it contains specific design details for a sample Exchange 2000 environment for a fictitious company that is named Woodgrove Bank.
This white paper contains the following sections:
Project VisionWoodgrove Bank has a vision to provide its user community with the best tools in a reliable, manageable, and secure environment. This vision provides Woodgrove Bank with a competitive advantage both internally and externally. Implementation of Windows 2000 and Exchange 2000 fits this vision by providing Woodgrove Bank with the most powerful tools available today for an environment that can be centrally managed and controlled. After Woodgrove Banks completes this project, it will have a world-class operating environment that addresses many of its current needs and allows future scalability as Woodgrove Bank progresses.
For more information about any of the topics covered in this white paper, see the many white papers that are available at the following Microsoft Web site:
http://www.microsoft.com/exchangeAlso, see the Microsoft Windows 2000 and Exchange 2000 online documentation.
Intended AudienceThis white paper targets a broad audience. All of the members of your information technology team, technology managers, and business decision makers are encouraged to read this white paper.
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Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server Design and Implementation for Woodgrove Bank
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