Posts Tagged ‘Exchange Hosting Switch’

MachPanel Now Supports Exchange 2010 SP1 Hosting Switch

Thursday, June 2nd, 2011

Irvine, California – July 1, 2010 – MachSol Inc. (, well established provider of MachPanel, the automation business solution for building, supplying and managing private, public and hybrid clouds, appreciates its customers for making us the premium Hosting Control Panel provider. In our continuous endeavor for giving our clients the best, we are glad to announce support for the latest corporate products range from Microsoft i.e Microsoft Exchange 2010 SP1.

The cutting edge corporate productivity solutions rolled out by Microsoft are essentially important for every organization seeking growth and to streamline its communication along with measuring returns on investments. MachPanel’s current release manifolds integration and comprehensive support for Microsoft Exchange 2010 SP1 Hosting Switch for in built multi-tenancy allowing you to enjoy extensive flexibility, reliability, management, compliance and security.


MachPanel – Support for Exchange 2010 SP1 Hosting Switch

Thursday, May 12th, 2011

Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 was rolled to be a robust corporate email solution with reliability and better user experience but later in 2010, service pack 1 (SP1) was released with several enhancements including increased protection, improved user experience and flexibility. Some of the new features and highlight of Exchange 2010 SP1 are following.Exchange 2010 SP1

  • – Roles selection and installation during deployment
  • – Improvement in CAS (Client Access Server)
    • – Self-Signed Certificates
    • – Exchange Sync
    • – OWA Enhancements
    • – Reset Virtual Directory
    • – Client Throttling Polices
    • -E tc.
    – Permissions and Transport Functionality Enhancements – Unified Messaging Serve Role Improvements – Multi-Tenancy Support

    If you look at older versions of Exchange like Exchange 2003, that was purely for organizational use that is technically On-Premises flavor of Exchange and similarly, Exchange 2007 too. But, with MachPanel each version of Exchange can be fully segregated in order to exploit advantages of multi-tenancy. Furthermore, the release of Exchange 2010 which was once again aimed at organizational use i.e On-Premises can be fully used as multi-tenant flavor of Exchange via MachPanel. So, what this mean to you; if you are using Exchange 2010 and you need to manage it with a lot comfort via user friendly interface you need to have a control panel in place either you have deployed Exchange On-Premises or seeking multi-tenancy within organizational deployment.
    Later on, the release of Exchange 2010 SP1 made the life of hosters a lot easier who sell Hosted Exchange because Microsoft shipped it with default multi-tenancy feature via Hosting Switch or Hosting Mode. The enhancements shipped in SP1, may require you to change and manage a lot of aspect if you are selling hosted Exchange or on-premises flavor. However, with MachPanel you would have nothing to do except making clicks in order to manage and control. MachPanel, not only provisions Exchange 2010 On-Premises but with Hosting Mode enabled or using Hosting Switch with complete support of multi-tenancy and new features introduced by Exchange 2010 SP1 and allows you to enjoy extensive flexibility, reliability, management, compliance and security.