New book, by WROX, on managing Exchange 2007 SP1 with Windows PowerShell has just released.
If you want to dramatically improve your implementation and administration of Exchange Server 2007, then this is the book for you. It 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.
You'll first explore Windows PowerShell and the Exchange Server 2007 Management Shell. Next, you'll discover how to work with the new Exchange server roles as well as how to use the cmdlets and features that are specific to these roles. You'll then discover how to successfully bring PowerShell into your environment and work with users and groups. Numerous examples are integrated throughout the chapters so you'll be able to quickly apply the information to enhance your Exchange experience.
What you will learn from this book
All of the PowerShell for Exchange fundamentals so you can quickly get started
Methods for working with Exchange User and Group Objects
Ways to configure the Client Access Server, Hub Transport, Mailbox Server and Unified Messaging Server roles
Best practices for utilizing PowerShell in a production environment
How to work with routing in Exchange 2007, continuous replication, and single copy clusters
Techniques for automating administration to ensure optimal performance