Introducing Exchange 2010
Introducing Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, the latest release of Microsoft's flagship messaging and collaboration platform. Exchange 2010 goes beyond traditional email and instant messaging to become a platform for truly unified communications including video and voice.
What's New in Microsoft Exchange 2010?
- Unified messaging includes fully integrated email and voicemail in one inbox
- Voice access and navigation of inbox
- Voicemail Preview - Text-based preview of your voicemail delivered to your inbox
- Roll based Access Control RBAC allows savvy users to self administer many of their own settings
- Integrated server archiving moves PSTs to the server and provides a seamless experience to the client
- Hard Disk I/O is reduced by ~ 85% over Exchange 2003
- Enhanced, high-availablity for Exchange 2010 provides transparent failover
- Support for lower cost storage (DAS)
- Unified messaging includes fully integrated voicemail
- Built in archiving enables seemless archiving of old mail without using local PST files
Exchange 2010 Features
- New Rights-Protected E-Mail Functionality with Active Directory RMS
- New Transport and Routing Functionality
- New Permissions Functionality
- New High Availability Functionality
- New Messaging Policy and Compliance Features
- New Outlook Web Access Features
- New Unified Messaging Features
- Web Management Interface
- New Exchange Core Store Functionality
- New Administration Functionality in the Exchange Management Console
- New Administration Functionality in the Exchange Management Shell
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Exchange 2010 Benefits
- Reduces travel and training costs
- Reduces real estate and facility operation costs
- Reduces telephony costs and charges
- Reduces server count lowering capital and operational Costs
- Lowers management and administration costs
- Increases user and team productivity
- Speeds up project completion
- Shortens sales cycles
- Speeds up resolution of customer issues
- Helps you attract and retain employees
- Reduces carbon emissions and fossil fuel consumption
- Reduces energy costs
Learn more about Exchange 2010 Benefits
Exchange 2010 System Requirements
Planning your Microsoft Exchange 2010 environment? Review our Exchange 2010 Requirements page for the most up-to-date system and server requirements, and to ensure your network and hardware meet the minimum requirements for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010.
Microsoft Exchange 2010 Screenshots
Exchange 2010 Deployment options
Microsoft Exchange is available as either a on-premise solution, hosted in a datacenter, or as part of a shared, online Hosted Exchange platform.
Services for Exchange
Need help with Exchange 2010? Our Microsoft Exchange experts are available to help you design, plan, implement, and even support Microsoft Exchange. See our Microsoft Exchange Services page for details.
Hosted Exchange 2010
Don't want to buy, setup and run your own Microsoft Exchange server? Get Exchange 2010 without the capital investment. See our Hosted Exchange page for details.
Note: Every effort has been made to ensure this page is correct, however this data is based on pre-release information from Microsoft and may not reflect actual features and performance of the final release version.