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Apr 1 2009   5:00AM GMT

Configuring the Hub Transport Role

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Overview: “This book is for Exchange professionals who want to learn how to use PowerShell to effectively manage, automate, and streamline their Exchange 2007 organization. This book walks you through the ins and outs of PowerShell, showing you how to take full advantage of this scripting language for deploying, configuring, managing, and maintaining your Exchange environment.”

This free chapter has been selected from Professional Windows PowerShell for Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1 by Wrox. Enjoy the chapter and be sure to check out the related Exchange Server resources listed below. Voice your feedback on this chapter or let us know of other books you’d like to see featured on the IT Bookworm Blog by leaving a comment below. Thanks.

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Professional Windows PowerShell for Exchange Server 2007 SP1 Written by Joezer Cookey-Gam, Brendan Keane, Jeffrey Rosin, Jonathan Runyon, Joel Stidley
Title Professional Windows PowerShell for Exchange Server 2007
Published by Wrox
Published on January 22, 2008
ISBN-10 0470226447
ISBN-13 978-0470226445

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Chapter Seven: Configuring the Hub Transport Role

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→ IT Definition: PowerShell (visit the Email and Messaging Glossary for more)
→ Crash Course: A primer on the Exchange Server 2007 Exchange Management Shell
→ Tutorial: How to uninstall Exchange Server 2007 and individual server roles
→ Step-by-Step Guide: How an Edge Transport server works
→ Learning Center: Windows PowerShell for beginners
→ Scripting School: Extending your toolset with Windows PowerShell

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