Exchange Server Support

Microsoft Exchange Server is Microsoft’s mail, calendaring, contacts and task management platform. It is mainly deployed on the Windows Server OS (alone) for domestic use. Microsoft developed the Exchange Server to offer users access to this powerful messaging platform from a variety of desktops, laptops and other connected devices. Nowadays, there are different varieties of servers that are available for the purpose. Among them, one of the most commonly used types is Microsoft on-site server.

Microsoft on-site Microsoft Exchange Server has many advantages over the other versions.

First of all, it was one of the very first versions to include the new features like Microsoft Outlook email and calendar integration. In its first release, it was also known as Exchange Server on Microsoft Business Center. With the continuous development and improvements, the software has now emerged as a powerful platform that can be used in any type of business environment. One of the major features that were introduced with the first version of this software is Microsoft Exchange Server Placement.

Placement is a Microsoft Exchange Server feature that provides an easy way to connect Outlook and other e-mail programs even if the user’s computer is not located at the location where the server is actually installed. In other words, it makes the entire communication process between the user’s computer and the server very easy. For instance, if a person wants to exchange emails with his colleague at work, he does not have to travel to the workplace and logon to exchange the messages. Instead, what he has to do is launch Outlook, copy some information to the web client and then attach the same to an email message that he has sent to his colleague’s web mailbox. Outlook will automatically attach the data once the connection has been established between the two computers.

This Microsoft Exchange Server Role is not only beneficial for external users but also for internal users. When you set up a dedicated mail account, it may take several days before the account is ready for use by the users. Therefore, if you use the Microsoft Exchange Server Role to perform the setup process, you will be able to perform the entire process in a simplified manner.

It has been developed by Microsoft, so as to help the organization make use of the new features that the previous versions of this software might no longer support. The Microsoft Exchange Server Role is available in two editions namely Microsoft Exchange Server 2021. Both the server editions have the ability to perform various tasks like auto-attacking, importing or exporting databases, customizing permission settings, managing the inbox, setting up scheduled tasks, and a lot more. However, there are certain differences that are worth pointing out between the two previous versions of the server role. The most notable difference is that the later version has been designed to run on newer operating systems such as Windows 7 and Windows 2021.

The Microsoft Exchange Server is usually installed as a part of the Microsoft Office Suite.

The major component of the Suite is Microsoft SharePoint and this makes it easier for organizations to incorporate the exchange database and to access the contents of the web mailboxes. The topology of the Microsoft Exchange Server also makes it easy to coordinate workflows and to make it easier for employees to move from one place to another. All the databases of the organization are synchronized and when one system fails, the other can still continue to function.

However, there is a need to have a proper understanding about the role of the Microsoft Exchange Server before you can try to integrate it with your business. To start with, you need to know about the network service that is provided by the server. Microsoft Exchange has two types of network services namely the centralized and the client-server models. The former offers a high availability option, whereas the latter allows a failover solution. If your company is not a large scale enterprise, then you should choose the centralized model because it is more economical and flexible. On the other hand, the client-server model offers the most flexible and reliable solution for small scale enterprises.

  • If you are still not aware of the role of the Microsoft Exchange Server and the different network service options provided by it, then you should take a look at the following lines.
  • The Exchange Server provides three types of network services namely, online protection, which includes anti-phishing and anti-spam applications; enterprise service which involve enterprise-level recovery and data protection against disaster; and unified messaging, which is an application that allows organizations to manage their internal mails, contacts and calendars.
  • The company that uses Exchange Server will also be able to make use of the following features such as auto responders, appointment booking, mobile integration, digital signage and web browsing safety.