What’s best in Exchange 2010

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Hi People,

What is best in Exchange 2010

I mean what are the enhancements done in Exchange 2010?

Please list all improvements in 2010

Exchange 2007 compared with Exchange 2010

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Harsha

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Answered By 0 points N/A #87816

What’s best in Exchange 2010

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Exchange 2007 vs Exchange 2010

1. Reduced deployment cost
2. New improved Outlook Web Access (OWA) which supports premium OWA on FireFox & Safari now! OWA also includes   message thread view like Outlook 2010.
3. Performance and lower hardware requirements.
4. Simplified high availability and disaster recovery
5. Decreased inbox overload and increased productivity
6. Reduced risk of malware and spam

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The best in Exchange 2010 is that Microsoft makes upgrade exchange 2010 so easy, which includes (new storage, deployment options, enhanced in-box management capabilities, built-in e-mail archiving, new database clustering and additional hardware options) that designed to add up to a better Exchange. It doesn't eliminate the complexity of deploying the messaging server.

And one of the features for IT is the new Database Availability Groups. A cleaner strategy for clustering locally and for disaster recovery that can go deeper with more copies of the database itself. It's not limited to two copies like you're with cluster continuous replication technology.

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The best thing about Exchange 2010 is the Microsoft server availability. Exchange 2010 offers Architectural/structural, I/O improvements, improved database caching, and maintenance with high ability.

Under High Availability, Microsoft recommends Local continuous replication (LCR), cluster continuous replication (CCR), standby continuous replication (SCR), and single copy cluster (SCC) from Exchange 2007 of these features with NetApp.

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