Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 8th Apr 2008 20:14 UTC
Microsoft "Microsoft will make available the preliminary versions of technical documentation for the protocols built into Microsoft Office 2007, SharePoint Server 2007 and Exchange Server 2007. This documentation, which defines how these high-volume Microsoft products communicate with some of its other products, is 14000 pages and is in addition to the 30000 pages posted when the software giant first introduced its new Interoperability Principles last month. They will be made available April 8."
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Yes, I know it can't be small
by Earl Colby pottinger on Wed 9th Apr 2008 00:53 UTC
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But 44000 pages is *NOT* documentation for some protocols. It is a waste of time, where you probably will spend days just trying to find a single line that explains what you want to know to get you program working.

I have had enough problems finding info in programming books I have that take up an entire shelf. Now this is an entire wall of books.

Is there a good search engine for this?

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