Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 is the latest launch touching the new levels of reliable features to enhance your performance simplify your administration, further secure your communications, and gear up with features to provide more mobility. It not only provides a platform to use the latest features but also caters to your cost reduction initiatives. It’s a part of Windows Hosting.

Some of the key features of Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 are mentioned below :

New Exchange Control Panel: Microsoft Exchange Server 2010

The Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 is geared up with a new management tool called the Exchange Control Panel. It surely does not overtake or make the Exchange Management Console or the Exchange Management Shell obsolete but is a newer edge to the products offered with Microsoft Exchange Servers.

Integration of the Exchange Control Panel into OWA provides a platform for users to perform basic self-service tasks like changing the contact information of a user. In regards to administration, it facilitates a platform to perform some more common management tasks from a remote location using a web interface.

Database Availability Groups: Microsoft Exchange Server 2010

Database availability groups provide some more distinct features when compared to the Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 which provided many high availability features like Cluster Continuous Replication. It provides a platform for you to designate multiple servers to host copies of individual databases. In any circumstances, the database can be automatically recovered using Exchange. Databases no longer remain specific to server locations, you can mix the database replicas that are hosted on each mailbox server with your web hosting service provider.

Personal archive: Microsoft Exchange Server 2010

Using Microsoft Exchange 2010 users can have two mailboxes. A primary mailbox and an additional mailbox – archive mailbox. The primary mailbox can be kept clear by using the archive mailbox. The archive mailbox can be viewed as per requirement and items can be moved from the primary mailbox to the archive mailbox using retention policies.

Retention Policies: Microsoft Exchange Server 2010

Setting up retention policies provides a great platform for users to manage their mailbox. Retention policies allow users to tag messages for defining the lifespan and what action needs to take when they expire.