Microsoft reveals Exchange 2010

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Today, Microsoft revealed a beta of Exchange Server 2010 on Wednesday, the first product that enterprise customers will see from the next version of Office. Office 2010( Microsoft refer its as Office 14) and related products will enter technical preview in 2009 and available in 2010.

Main features of Exchange 2010:

  • Exchange Federation: Allows cross-premise sharing of resources including federated messages and calendar sharing both within and outside an organization.
  • Support For SATA: Exchange 2010 can utilize Serial Advanced Technology Attachment desktop-class hard-disk drives.
  • Database Availability Groups: Databases can be grouped together so that they use continuous replication to provide automatic disaster recovery.
  • Role-Based Access Control: Via the Windows PowerShell, Exchange admins can designate certain administrative roles to end users, such as Organization Management.
  • Exchange Control Panel: ECP is a Web-based interface that enables users to “self-help” themselves. Users can perform tasks as varied as running delivery reports to managing distribution groups.
  • Device Security: Per-user mobile device policies can be set, such as allowing attachments to specifying PIN requirements. Admins can also deem which mobile device can sync and which to block.
  • Mail Tips: This feature walks a user through ” checking” a message before sending to avoid potentially embarrassing sent messages.
  • Conversation View: Related messages pertaining to a specific conversation can be filtered in a threaded view.
If you interested in trying out Exchange 2010, you can download by click here


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