Exchange 2010 Reaches End of Mainstream Support
Earlier 2015, Microsoft had announced the end of Exchange Server 2010 Mainstream support which means all existing deployments were subject to limited community support since an year now. One can imagine new problems coming up in production environment where support is highly essential to keep the business up and running which is not so easy now if you are still using Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. With the end of mainstream support for Exchange 2010, you have to upgrade either to Exchange 2013 or Exchange 2016 for stable platforms and being competitive.
At this time, when it has already been an year now; we can assist you the best for all of your new Exchange deployments as well as migration from Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2013 or Exchange 2016 based on your choice. There are difference pathways for you to move from existing deployment to new one and we will take care of all complexities involved making the whole migration process just seamless for you. Our certified technology specialists will ensure properly planning, preparation, setup, configuration and readying the production environment for you as per pre-decided timelines so you will not have to worry about any deliverables and ultimately your time to market.
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Since release of exchange 2010 SP2 many providers and tech geeks started upgrades and migrations from 3rd party solutions earlier Exchange versions to SP2. Different guides and community discussion are present to help you migrate to Exchange2010 SP2. Following are two scenarios for migration to SP:
- – From HMC + Control Panel → Exchange 2010 SP2 + Control Panel
- – From Exchange 2007/2010/ 2010 SP1 + Control Panel → Exchange 2010 SP2 + Control Panel
If you are having Hosted Messaging and Collaboration (HMC) deployment with or without control panel for management than it is right time to migrate to Exchange 2010 SP2. You can use your 3rd party control panel for exchange management or choose MachPanel that supports Exchange 2010 SP2 to stay ahead in the competition and offering hosted Exchange 2010 SP2 to your customers. However, for migration from HMC to Exchange 2010 SP2 you may consult with our Microsoft certified experts equipped with necessary tools and technology for upgrade and migration. Alternatively, you can do it yourself by following Microsoft’s HMC migration guidelines but you may come across the following concerns to address before you could migrate:
To double your excitement and passion during Holidays; MachSol Inc., a Microsoft Gold Partner is proud to make announcement for being very first in the industry to support Microsoft Exchange 2010 SP2. Now, with MachPanel you can stay on top by offering Exchange 2010 SP2 to your customers. MachSol has envisioned perfectly the time to market and sailed out new release of MachPanel to help you escalate your business and meeting your customers’ demands to support latest technologies.
In Microsoft Exchange 2010 SP2, there are several new features which were frequently requested to be introduced for better security, performance and management. Therefore, it was essential to enable these features in Exchange control panel. Following are some of the highlights of new release of MachPanel:
MachSol Inc., a Microsoft Gold Partner is first ever to announce support for Microsoft Exchange 2010 SP2 in coming release of MachPanel. So, If you have not deployed Exchange 2010 yet, than we suggest you to make a wise decision by avoiding /hosting mode and configuring Exchange 2010 SP2 on-premises deployment. MachPanel is the industry leading control panel for Shared and Enterprise Hosting that fully supports Microsoft Exchange, SharePoint, CRM 2011 and OCS/Lync etc.
Beat your Competitors! Start Offering Exchange 2010 SP2 with MachPanel
Everyone in the hosting industry selling Hosted Exchange was waiting for Exchange 2010 to be naturally multi-tenant and Microsoft did that with /hosting mode. But it failed to make the headlines because of lack of functionality that was essentially desired by the hosters to run business. So, Microsoft had to make a decision to address all those limitations and thus they took a U-turn at /hosting mode.
Recently, Microsoft released Exchange 2010 SP2 that comes up additional features purely focusing on-premise mode. So, it is perfect time to upgrade your Exchange environment to latest release of Exchange 2010 SP2 in order to stay up to date and continue to sell latest technology solution and services to your customers.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 was rolled out with a lot of enhancement and later in Exchange Server 2010 SP1 further improvements centered at /hosting mode which encouraged hosters to sell hosted exchange other than on-premise deployment and /hosting mode deployment was adopted by numerous firms and those who sell hosted exchange. Although, /hosting mode resolved different challenges for hosters but at the same time it had limitation as compared to on-premise mode and unluckily these limitation hindered doing business because fundamental requirements were unmet in /hosting mode. So, Microsoft realized the lack of feature set shipped with /hosting mode and decided to move ahead with release of Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 SP2 which is expected to be released later this year.