Exchange Server

Exchange server is an application developed by Microsoft which resembles server side of client-server functionalities. The major features of Exchange server includes electronic mail, contacts, tasks, calendaring, browser-based access to data, wireless synchronization of email, contacts with mobile devices and it also supports data storage.


Exchange Server supports clustering up to 4 nodes for Windows 2000 Server and for Windows Server 2003 it is up to 8 nodes. For two-node clusters, Exchange Server 2003 introduced active-active clustering method. In active-active process both server’s in the cluster will be active simultaneously.


  • Protection: Exchange server protects data by functioning as a anti-virus, anti-spam, clustering, data replication, compliance, security and encryption.
  • Unified Messaging: This feature lets you to receive e-mail, voice mail and faxes from their email accounts. It allows you to access your mails even from cell phones and wireless devices.
  • Exchange Management Shell: It has a new command-line shell and scripting language for system administration. Even shell users can perform all the tasks which are performed by exchange server graphical user interface including additional tasks which are complex. We can save them, share and can be re-used. There are 375 unique commands of Exchange Management Shell to manage features of Microsoft Exchange Server.
  • Configure Outlook: To provide external access to Microsoft Exchange Server, we can configure Outlook anywhere.

Microsoft Exchange Server can be taken as a hosted service from different service providers available. Some of the other Microsoft servers available are mentioned below:

  • BizTalk Server
  • Commerce Server
  • Forefront
  • Host Integration Server
  • Identity Integration Server
  • SQL Server
  • Speech Server
  • Virtual Server
  • Windows Server

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