About the Book
Microsoft MVP's Dave Stork and Damian Scoles have created a PowerShell book that takes a practical approach to learning PowerShell to manage on-premises Exchange Server 2016. The book uses real world scenarios and the author's experience to help you learn efficient and practical was to use PowerShell. Along the way you will pick up tips and tricks for managing Exchange as well as PowerShell.
The books covers the main areas of Exchange from Security, to Mailboxes and non-user objects as well as best practices and Server configuration. It was not written as a cookbook or designed for you to learn PowerShell during lunch. This book is meant to serve as a building block in your knowledge of Exchange Server 2016.
About the Authors
Damian Scoles has been a Microsoft MVP for the past eight years, specifically for Office Apps and Services and now Cloud and Datacenter Management. He is currently based out of the Chicago area and started out managing Exchange 5.5 and Windows NT. He has worked with Office 365 since BPOS and has experience with Azure AD, the Security and Compliance Center, and Exchange Online. Contributions to the community include helping on TechNet forums, creating PowerShell scripts that are located in the TechNet Gallery, writing detailed PowerShell / Office365 / Exchange blog articles (https://justaucguy.wordpress.com/), tweets (https://twitter.com/PPowerShell) and creating PowerShell videos on YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClxHtLF0c_VAkjw5rzsV1Vg).
Dave Stork started his Exchange career with Exchange 2003 and that version got him hooked. He blogs (https://dirteam.com/dave) and tweets (https://twitter.com/dmstork) about Exchange and other relevant topics for several years now and in time has expanded this community work with contributing to podcasts, speaking at several events and user group meetings in and outside his native Netherlands. He poured most of his knowledge and experience into the Practical PowerShell Exchange Server 2016 book last year. Now he is expanding his skills with reviewing this Exchange Online book. He is also an Exchange/Office Apps and Services MVP since 2014.