What is Microsoft Exchange Server

Microsoft Exchange is Microsoft's email server solution that runs on a server and manages all your emails, calendar, contacts, tasks etc. Microsoft Exchange Server helps you achieve new levels of reliability and performance by delivering features that help to simplify your administration, protect your communications, and delight your customers by meeting their demands for greater business mobility. Exchange Server lets you accomplish more with rich Outlook experiences on phones, tablets, desktop, and the Web.

Microsoft Exchange Server Overview

Introducing Microsoft Exchange 2016 Server

Microsoft Exchange Server Versions

Microsoft Exchange Server 2016

Microsoft Exchange Server 2013

Microsoft Exchange Server 2010

Microsoft Exchange Services Management

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007

Microsoft Exchange Server 2003

Microsoft Exchange Online

Microsoft Exchange Server - Core Features

Smarter inbox

Exchange 2016 helps you get more done through faster search and an inbox that is more personalized, more helpful, and more intelligent.

Simplified architecture

A simplified architecture, originally forged in the cloud, combines the mailbox and client access roles, so it’s easier to plan and scale your deployments. Streamlined coexistence with Exchange 2013 means easier upgrading.

Security and compliance

Data loss prevention (DLP) in Exchange Server 2016 includes more in-the-box sensitive information types. And enhanced auditing enables better reporting and easier integration with third-party tools.

Better collaboration

With its new approach to attachments that eliminates versioning headaches, plus other enhancements, Exchange Server 2016 makes working together on documents easier.

Mobile productivity

Exchange Server 2016 powers the latest Outlook experiences on phones, tablets, desktops, and the web so you can get more done, wherever you are.

Offline Outlook on the web

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Messaging policy and compliance

Exchange provides Improved performance and scalability for Messaging policy and compliance features like Data loss prevention (DLP), In-place Archiving, retention, and eDiscovery.

Integration with SharePoint and Skype for Business

Skype for Business Server 2015 can archive content in Exchange 2016 and use Exchange 2016 as a contact store. Discovery Managers can perform In-Place eDiscovery and Hold searches across SharePoint, Exchange, and Skype for Business data.

Database availability groups

Exchange Server Database availability groups (DAG) allow you to designate multiple servers to host copies of individual databases. In the event of a failure, Exchange can automatically recover

Multi mailbox search

E-discovery feature implies, multi mailbox search allows a designated person to perform organization-level searches across users' mailboxes. The search interface is designed to allow administrators to search for multiple keywords or phrases simultaneously.

Document collaboration

Exchange 2016, along with SharePoint Server 2016, enables Outlook on the web users to link to and share documents that are stored in OneDrive for Business in an on-premises SharePoint server instead of attaching files to messages.

Office 365 hybrid

The Hybrid Configuration Wizard (HCW) that was included with Exchange 2013 is moving to become a cloud-based application. When you choose to configure a hybrid deployment in Exchange 2016, you'll be prompted to download and install the wizard as a small app.

Microsoft Exchange Server - For Your Organization

Save Cost of Your Messaging System

Save Time Spent Managing Systems

Centralise Emails Management

Share Calendars with Colleagues & Partners

Enable Project Collaboration & Versioning

Flexible Hybrid with Exchange Online

Protect your sensitive data using DLP

Eliminate Email Threats using Anti-Spam

Bring All Your Social Media Contacts together

Remain in control with Role Based Access Control

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