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Web Development with Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server

   by Alex E. Willis / Paul R. Bebelos / Robert A. Saccone

    05 April, 2002


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Editorial description(s):

Book Info
Provides solid programming examples, cases, and step by step instructions for integrating different elements into powerful and effective business solutions on a small or large scale. Softcover. CD-ROM included.

From the Back Cover
Web Development with Microsoft® Exchange 2000 Server

Your Exchange Server Web Development Road Map

Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server is the hottest groupware and messaging product on the market today, with new Web capabilities that make it more versatile than ever. Comprehensive and detailed, this is the only guide you';ll need to put Exchange Server to work as the development platform for your company';s Internet, intranet, and business applications. Solid programming examples, step-by-step instructions, and ready-to-run code samples show you how to integrate different elements into powerful and effective collaborative business solutions of any size.

Put Exchange Server to Work on the Web

Companion Web Site

Updates and all sample code at

About the Author
Alex E. Willis, MCSE, is a technical account manager with Research in Motion. He has seven years of experience as an e-mail architect in large enterprise environments.

Paul R. Bebelos is a Microsoft Certified Professional with five years of programming experience. He is the primary applications developer for a large-scale investment firm in Boston, MA.

Robert A. Saccone manages Web development for Goodwin, Procter LLP, a large Boston-based law firm.

Book Description

Reader review(s):

Outstanding, January 13, 2003
Outstanding coverage of all aspects of Exchange Server 2000. I bought the book because I needed to know not only how to program with Web Storage System (WSS) forms, but also Active Directory. This book covered both without the need to buy two books. It covers virtually everything having to do with programming on Exchange Server 2000 with great examples. The author clearly demonstrated that he knows the topic inside and out. I highly recommend buying this book!

Decent overview, but content too shallow for most developers, February 18, 2004
As a web developer, I recently needed a good reference on programming for Exchange that went beyond the information I could dig up on Microsoft's various web sites, and as the local bookstore had this one in stock, I decided to give it a try.

The book does contain a reasonable overview of the technologies used when programming for Exchange 2000 (and subsequently 2003), including CDOEX / EXM / WF, WebDAV, ActiveDirectory, and such; however, most of the chapters tend to be about a third as long as I'd expect and give only cursory examples and often only the names of methods and properties used without any real descriptions.

Overall, although the book did give me a good introduction to technologies that have changed significantly over the past few years--CDO 1.2 and CDONTS users will find CDOEX and WebDAV, etc. rather confusing at first rather than familiar--I found that I had to resort back to MSDN and other online sources for most of the real information I needed. With that said, I don't feel the book's cost is justified; I'd prefer a true reference rather than a simple overview.

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