The Exchange Server as developed by Microsoft comprises of three elements – calendaring software, a mail server and a contact manager. Operated on the Windows Server, this Exchange Server is a part of the product line of Microsoft Servers.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 not only brings new features but also improves considerably upon the existing features found on the Exchange Serve 2010. The highlights of the 2013 Server include the following.
- The server roles have been reduced from five to three namely Client Access server, Mailbox server and Edge Transport server.
- Users can access OWA offline and enjoy more simplified Outlook 2013 and Outlook Web App user interfaces.
- The Exchange Management Console no longer exists. All administrative activities are now carried out on the new web-based Exchange Administration Center and the Exchange Management Shell that employs PowerShell 3.0.
- There is better manageability along with improvements in high availability features.
- Public folders can be managed and saved in mailbox databases using the benefits of the Database Availability Groups.
- Capabilities for data loss prevention have been integrates into Transport Rules.
One can get familiarized with Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 in a few training sessions or can avail many tutorials available online. Microsoft training classes can help understand the new features of Microsoft Exchange server 2013 training system in good detail. Classes are also conducted for other courses such as Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 training, etc.
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