Frequently Asked Questions on MS Exchange Server
FAQ: Define Exchange?
Microsoft Exchange Server, typically found in the organizations that are running on Microsoft Windows Server. It is the brand name for Microsoft’s email server software. In addition to email Exchange Servers also offers centralized organizational address books, shared calendars and web browser access.
FAQ: Can Exchange Server be used for personal or small businesses?
Yes. Microsoft’s Hosted Exchange Server Partner Directory projects a variety of service providers along with rate plans for the use of personal and small businesses, respectively.
FAQ: Enlist the new features present in the MS Exchange 2013?
Integration and collaboration with Lync and SharePoint:
With site mailboxes and in-place eDiscovery, it offers a greater integration with Microsoft Sharepoint and Lync Offer a resilient solution: Solution is built upon the exchange server 2010 and redesigned for the ease of scale, functional isolation, and optimum hardware utilization.
Backs a multigenerational workforce:
From several sources, users can merge contacts as well as smart search permits to search people in the network.
Offer an engaging experience:
MS web app oriented on a streamlined user interface which supports the use of touch, improvising the use of mobile devices.
Attain the latest demand:
With improved search and indexing, you can explore search across Lynch 2013, Exchange 2013, SharePoint 2013, etc.
An evolution of exchange 2010 DAG
FAQ: What is recommended while using an exchange account for your work, while you are offline?
- It is recommended that you use Cached Exchange Mode when you are using an exchange account for work, as it removes all the factors to work offline. By opting Cache Exchange Mode, you continue working even if you are disconnected with the network.
- The Cache Exchange Mode mainly uses a folder file (.ost) and handles a synchronized replica of the items in all folders in the mailbox, when you go offline. And as soon as you are connected to the network again, it syncs your data automatically to the server without losing any information.