Acknowledgements – Practical PowerShell Office 365: Exchange Online

Acknowledgments

About this book

As PowerShell is a crucial tool in administrating cloud services, it’s an important and valuable skill to possess. Unfortunately learning it by yourself can be a daunting task. That is why this book was written, to help the average IT Pro/Administrator learn the fundamentals (and perhaps a little beyond that) of PowerShell. Believing that a practical approach will help the reader understand and learn these useful skills and help him or her to become proficient in Exchange PowerShell for all of their work and become more productive and a valuable employee almost immediately after reading this book.

Damian Scoles

I would like to thank my kids for their support and understanding while I worked on my second book. The writing of this book was a bit easier and harder at the same time. However, now that it is completed, I can spend more time with them. I especially want to thank my wife who put in a lot of time correcting my mistakes and lack of consistency. Without her help I would not have been able to produce such a high quality book.

I would also like to acknowledge and thank other IT professionals/MVPs who have helped me in various ways with advice, feedback, etc. to achieve this end product. Those include: Tony Redmond, Paul Cunningham, Bhargav Shukla and many others.

Errata

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