Bill English

Bill
English

Bill English is a trainer, author, and consultant living in the Minneapolis area. He is an MCSE, an MCT, and a CTT, and the coauthor of Exchange 2000 Server: The Complete Reference (Osborne/McGraw-Hill).

Articles
What Does SharePoint Portal Server Do?
New to SharePoint Portal Server? This background information will get you up to speed.
Using SharePoint Portal Server 2001 to Approve and Publish Documents 15
Microsoft's new information management server offers a way to collaborate on documents. Read what you can do.
Planning for and Configuring the Active Directory Connector 6
The Active Directory Connector (ADC) is an essential tool for migrating Exchange directory information to the Windows 2000 Active Directory. Find out how to plan for the ADC and put it to use in your installation.
Tuning the X.400 Connector and the Message Transfer Agent 1
When you're operating Exchange Server over slow or unreliable WAN links, you can tune the MTA to minimize message retransfers and get the most efficient message delivery.
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