Messaging systems are integral and crucial for today's business operations. Over the years, messaging systems have evolved from providing basic functionality such as e-mail to providing rich collaboration features. The messaging requirements and needs of today's information worker have also changed significantly from basic desktop e-mail access to collaboration from anywhere with any device. In such an evolving environment, IT administrators face an increasingly complex task of administering and maintaining messaging systems. Business requirements such as security, regulatory compliance, and availability further add to complexity. Businesses also face the enormous challenge of implementing a suitable messaging system that meets their Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) and Return on Investment (ROI) targets. Microsoft® Exchange Server 2007 incorporates features that enable businesses to effectively meet those challenges, without fundamentally altering the traditional methods for end users to access e-mail. This whitepaper highlights some of these features and architectural benefits, in the areas of server roles, core Exchange architecture, mailbox data access, and secure Exchange.
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