Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Part A


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I am doing a new series of blog posts on Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 which is based on what I have learnt doing the infinite skills video training course on the same subject. We are going to start with a bit of history. The first version of what we might regard as this was Exchange 4.0 in 1996 and there were earlier versions but they were for desktops. This was the first server version. Exchange 5.0 ran on NT4 and would integrate with a program called Outlook 97. Exchange 5.5 was a major upgrade and was much more reliable than previous versions. In some places you still see this version still being used. With Exchange 2000 email and network accounts were merged. Exchange 2010 was 64 bit only. Exchange 2013 supports upto 8TB of RAM. There is a standard edition that supports upto 5 mounted databases and an enterprise edition…

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