Posts Tagged ‘Automation Module for Microsoft Exchange’

The All New Microsoft Exchange Server 2019 is Here

Friday, November 9th, 2018

The wait is finally over and all the Microsoft Enthusiasts can now get their hands on the new Microsoft Exchange Server 2019.

The final release is available to download form Volume Licensing Service Center. The latest release of Microsoft Exchange Server has been designed to deliver attributes that the valued on-premise exchange online customers expected the most. exchange server 2019 announcedThese features are: improved performance and improved administration, security and management capabilities.

The new and improved search technology and scalability improvements have been highlighted. Its architecture has improved with the feature of security in mind. Further, the failovers are made more reliable, connectivity is simplified and calendar man agent is made easier. Microsoft Exchange Server 2019 supports EAI/ IDN email routing and uses Windows Server Core with less code churn with more stability. All these features are ultimately delighting the end users and Microsoft enthusiast even more.

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Understanding Microsoft Exchange Server 2019

Tuesday, September 18th, 2018

Microsoft plans to announce their next version of Exchange Server sometime in 2018 and it’ll be called Microsoft Exchange Server 2019.

Microsoft Exchange 2019

Quite recently the preview of Microsoft Exchange Server 2019 was released. This version is promised to deliver security, reliable performance and improved administration along with management capabilities. Generally, there is a pattern that new features are first introduced in Exchange Online and later in on-premises Exchange. For on-premises users, it is either used as an entirely new release, or introduced to them as cumulative updates. Here’s what to expect from the latest Exchange Server 2019 according to its public preview:

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What’s new when upgrading from Exchange 2013 to Exchange 2016?

Friday, October 23rd, 2015

Microsoft Exchange 2016 came up with a lot of new features, enhancements and service upgrades as compared to Exchange 2013 and earlier version. In the following, you will notice the new things (the most important ones to me) from Exchange 2013 when you are upgrading to Exchange 2016.

  • + Architecture

The main architectural difference in Exchange 2016 is about reduced number of server roles which are reduced to just to Mailbox role and Edge Transport role. Within, Exchange 2016 mailbox role all components of Exchange 2013 mailbox role and client access server role are included. Which means that all of the traditional mailbox role, transport service, mailbox databases and unified messaging services of Exchange 2013 are included in Exchange 2016 Mailbox role. In addition, the latest version of exchange includes abilities to proxy traffic from Exchange 2016 to Exchange 2013 and vice versa. The Edge transport role handles all of the inbound/outbound Internet mail flow and is more protected in Exchange 2016 as it minimizes the attack surface of exchange deployment by means of additional layers of security against viruses/spam and message control via transport rules.

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