Microsoft exchange server
Microsoft Exchange Server stands as the most suitable emailing server platform. Developed and owned by Microsoft; the very first release of Exchange, i.e. Exchange Server 4.0 was made in March 1996. Exchange Server can be considered as a centralized repository that keeps hold of all the emails online. From small and medium - sized firms to large multinational corporations; Exchange Server is being effectively used and leverages supports such as sending and receiving of emails, calendaring, creation of distribution lists, handling voicemail transcriptions and many more.
Why Exchange Server?
- Microsoft Exchange Server stands as the most outstanding and cost – effective solution delivering highly secure B2C and B2B emailing solution.
- Equipped with DLP (Data Loss Prevention) capabilities, that excels in protecting sensitive data.
- Allows technocrats to perform in – place eDiscovery across multiple environments such as Exchange, SharePoint, and Lync.
- Use Exchange Hybrid, a platform that allows you to traverse your emails on – premise and meet your business needs.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 was released on October 11, 2012. The various features that make Exchange Server an indispensable product are: -
- DAG (Database Availability Groups). DAG is a Mailbox sever high availability and site resilience framework. Once any server is added to DAG, it eventually gets synchronized to provide automatic recovery from failures.
- CAS (Client Access Server). CAS arrays are being used by Exchange Server to provide a highly enhanced Client Server Access with dedicated availability.
- Offline Support in OWA. Users can work offline and all the actions automatically get synchronized when the connection is regained.
- Enhanced Outlook Web App. Extended optimized UI support for mobile phone, tablet, and desktop browsers.
- Disk Support Up To 8 TB. Multiple databases are being used in conjunction with DAG.
- In – built anti – malware. Customizable feature of usage of anti – malware provided for use, if required.
- In – Place eDiscovery. Crucial and sensitive data can now easily be searched and carved in.
- Shadow Redundancy. “Shadow Redundancy” mechanism protects the email messages in the state when they are available in the transit.