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Hi im an Exchange 2010 admin using powershell dont do back up or storage

Has any one done train signal Sharepoint admin course

Looking to add to my CV

Already hold MCP MCITP in Server 2008 + Exchange 2010

I love the UM side of Exchange ive looked into Lync but can not find any in depth training so maybe look at sharepoint admin first hope then someone will bring out a training course in  Lync 2010
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by:teylyn
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Hello,

what exactly is the question? You are asking about opinions at best, so how will you determine if a reply is a "solution" worth points? Yes, I've done the train signal course. Is that the answer you are looking for?

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cheers, teylyn
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by:happyexchange
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Well looking for the best combo for Exchange 2010

How did you find the sharepoint course would you recommend it and do you think it will fit into my exchange knowledge.  I still want to work with Exchange just want to add to it
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IMHO, taking SharePoint training only makes sense if you have a SP environment to apply your new-found knowledge to. I don't know much about Exchange, but as far as I can tell, SharePoint is a whole 'nother ball park. It can be many things to many people and the admin side of it has very little to do with Exchange, other than enabling email traffic between the two. If you want to stay close to the expertise you've built up with Exchange, then Lync does indeed sound like the more logical path to follow.

I've taken a week's SP admin training a few months ago, and even in my day to day SP admin job I don't get to apply everything the course touched on. What you get to do as a SP admin very much depends on how the business uses SharePoint and what they need to get out of it.

On the other hand, I've heard people compare Lync to a microwave. If you don't have it, you don't miss it, but as soon as you start using it, you can't imagine life without it. That is not a framework that readily applies to SharePoint :-)
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by:happyexchange
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I was  just looking to add to my Exchange. Lync does sound good.

Thank you
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