Exchange & Outlook Pro VIP has a wealth of information that can help make your life as an Exchange and Outlook administrator easier. The Exchange & Outlook Pro VIP archives include hundreds of articles and technical Q&As covering a wide range of topics. Plus the Windows IT Pro archives offer a rich selection of Exchange and Outlook articles, many of which are accessible to registered users, even if you don't subscribe to Windows IT Pro.

As Exchange & Outlook Pro VIP editor, I'm well acquainted with the resources on our Web sites. If you need help tracking down an article, getting the answer to a technical question, or getting product information related to Exchange or Outlook, email me with your question, and I'll do my best to find an answer for you. Here's an example of recent reader email I've received.

Reader Seeks Exchange 2003/2007 Migration Info
Q: Do you know of any articles done or being done on whether to install Exchange 2003 or 2007? I'll be doing a new install of Exchange and am torn between going with 2003 and later migrating to 2007 or going with 2007 now.

A: I have a series of Exchange Server 2007 articles planned for this year, including articles to help IT/Exchange admins plan for and perform a migration to Exchange 2007. So yes, Exchange 2007 installation topics will definitely be included in upcoming Exchange & Outlook Pro VIP articles. And next month, we'll be publishing a technical case study written by an admin who performed an Exchange 5.5 to Exchange 2003 migration.

Here are some articles that we've published in past Exchange & Outlook Administrator issues on installing Exchange Server 2003:

This Windows IT Pro article is more of an overview to help plan for Exchange 2007.
Get Ready for Exchange 2007 Now

A couple from Paul Robichaux about working with the Exchange 2007 beta:

An Exchange 2003-2007 migration FAQ:
Will there be an in-place upgrade solution for Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 to Exchange Server 2007?

John Savill's FAQs are a good source of Exchange 2003 and 2007 information.

Let me know if I can be of further help!
—Anne