Microsoft Exchange Server
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Microsoft Exchange lets you accomplish more with a rich, business—class email experience on phones, tablets, desktops, and the web. Get reliable business class email, calendar, and contacts with Microsoft Exchange. Explore Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 features and support options, and get helpful tips for managing your email services securely and efficiently. If you’re ready to accomplish more with your email, step up to the new Microsoft Exchange Online. Now you can get Microsoft Exchange Online as a hosted service from Microsoft or as a part of an Microsoft Office 365 Business Premium plan that includes Microsoft Office apps, file storage and sharing, Microsoft Skype for Business, and more. Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 brings a new set of technologies, features, and services to Microsoft Exchange Server, the messaging platform that provides email, scheduling, and tools for custom collaboration and messaging service applications. At the same time, Microsoft Exchange 2016 helps lower the total cost of ownership whether you deploy Exchange 2016 on—premises or provision your mailboxes in the cloud.

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. Data loss prevention (DLP) in Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 includes more in—the—box sensitive information types. And enhanced auditing enables better reporting and easier integration with third—party tools. With its new approach to attachments that eliminates versioning headaches, plus other enhancements, Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 makes working together on documents easier. Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 powers the latest Microsoft Outlook experiences on phones, tablets, desktops, and the web so you can get more done, wherever you are. Microsoft updated the certificate that’s used by the S/MIME control in Microsoft Outlook on the web. Microsoft Exchange 2016 releases, starting with CU1, are now packaged as ISO files instead of a self—extracting EXE file. The ISO file can be mounted directly in Windows Server 2016 or later.

Microsoft Exchange Server

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 Microsoft Exchange 2013 means easier upgrading. Data loss prevention (DLP) in Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 includes more in the box sensitive information types. And enhanced auditing enables better reporting and easier integration with third—party tools. With its new approach to attachments that eliminates versioning headaches, plus other enhancements, Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 makes working together on documents easier. Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 powers the latest Microsoft Outlook experiences on phones, tablets, desktops, and the web so you can get more done, wherever you are. Other Microsoft Exchange products include; Microsoft Exchange Online Archiving, Microsoft Exchange Online Protection, Microsoft Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection, Microsoft Exchange Online Kiosk, and Microsoft Exchange for government agencies.

Microsoft Exchange Online

Exchange is available as a standalone hosted service from Microsoft. You can also get Microsoft Exchange as part of an Microsoft Office 365 plan that includes Microsoft Office apps, Microsoft SharePoint, and Microsoft Skype for Business. It’s easier than ever to provide your users with the business email they need to stay productive. Automatic patching eliminates the time and effort of maintaining your system. Give your users an in place archive, so they can keep all their important data in one place. And provide them with anywhere access to email, calendar, and contacts on all major browsers and across devices. Integration with Microsoft Outlook means they’ll enjoy a rich, familiar email experience with offline access. Security and reliability—Microsoft Exchange Online helps protect your information with advanced capabilities. Anti malware and anti—spam filtering protect mailboxes. Data loss prevention capabilities prevent users from mistakenly sending sensitive information to unauthorized people.

Microsoft Exchange Server

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