Microsoft Exchange Server is Microsoft’s platform for email , calendar, contact, scheduling, and collaboration. It is deployed for enterprise use on the Windows Server operating system ( OS). Microsoft designed an Exchange Server to provide users with access from mobile devices, desktops and web-based systems to the messaging platform. Exchange Server telephony capabilities support voicemail messages.
Collaborate with exchange users through calendar and document sharing. The platform’s storage and security features let organizations archive content, perform searches and perform compliance tasks. Exchange Server has evolved over time, and it is now a foundational component of Office 365 as a service software (SaaS) with Microsoft acting as the service provider in the Microsoft cloud.
How functions Exchange Server?
Exchange Server is a shared enterprise-class software focused mainly on sending, receiving, and storing email messages. Aside from managing messaging traffic, Exchange Server provides several other collaborative features, such as calendar, and tight integration with other Microsoft Office applications.
Exchange Server is known for its high-availability (HA) features that provide ongoing service in various outage scenarios. This involves design paths that can provide service during failures of a single server or data center outages.