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Exchange 2000 Server Messaging Exam Set for Release

Exam tests messaging infrastructure planning and implementation.

Microsoft has announced that it will release the 70-225 Designing and Deploying a Messaging Infrastructure with Exchange 2000 Server Exam (a.k.a. Designing Exchange 2000 Server Messaging exam) on March 30, with registration beginning March 29. The exam, which counts as an elective option under the Win2K MCSE track, tests one's ability to design, manage and administer a messaging infrastructure using Exchange 2000 Server within the context of a Win2K network, and also deploy new chat and instant messaging services. It also tests your ability to design an Exchange 2000 Server security plan.

You can get more exam objectives and details about this exam from Microsoft by visiting http://www.microsoft.com/trainingandservices/exams/examasearch.asp?PageID=70-225.

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