Make the best of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013

Facilitation of a high degree of business mobility within enterprises can be achieved with the help of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013. The Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 training is able to prepare the students on MCSE, or Messaging Certification.  This exchange server is actually a calendaring and mail server created by Microsoft and it runs on the Microsoft Windows Server product line.

Brief history of Microsoft Exchange Server

Exchange Server is said to be Microsoft’s first internal mail server. Its first version was Exchange 4.0, followed by 5.0 and then 5.5. After this, the complete series changed and the next names were Exchange Server 2000, Exchange Server 2003, Exchange Server 2007, Exchange Server 2010, Exchange Server 2013 and Exchange Server 2016. The names were changed because Outlook was added at a later date.

Each version of Exchange Server came up with improvements as compared to the previous version. For example, Exchange Server has support for up to 8 TB disks, has an Outlook Web App and has built in malware protection, which was not available in Exchange Server 2007. It also has new architecture and latest management tools now.


Who must take this course?

Some of the people who should take the course on Microsoft Exchange server 2013 include:

  • Various technical leads
  • IT professionals and administrators. The administrators must have an experience of 3 years in IT
  • IT professionals at the Helpdesk
  • Professionals who wish to take the 70-342 and 70.341 exams

New features of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013

As mentioned earlier, there have been improvements in comparison to the previous versions. Here are the new features:

Revision in exchange architecture: Exchange 2013 has been developed just for two roles- Mailbox server and Client Access server. This is different from Exchange 2010 and 2007.

Public folders: Instead of getting rid of public folders completely, Microsoft has started using them again. Now they are not managed from the separate Public Folder Management console, instead they are managed through the EAC (Exchange Administration Centre).

New store: Store service has now been rewritten in managed code (C#). Each database now runs on its own worker process.

To learn more features and the working of Exchange Server 2013, enrol for MCSE Messaging Certification.


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