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Mastering Microsoft® Exchange Server 2010 by David Elfassy, Jim McBee

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Chapter 1. Introducing Exchange Server 2010

Email clients used to be fairly simple and text based. Email servers had few connectivity options, no high-availability features, and no integrated directory. Then, beginning in the mid-1990s we saw a big push toward providing email service to most of our user communities. We also saw email go from an occasionally used convenience to a business-critical tool. Business management and users demanded more features, better availability, and more connectivity options as the email client and server evolved.

Microsoft released Exchange Server 4.0 (the first version of Exchange Server) in 1996 and the product has been evolving ever since. Exchange Server 2010 is the fifth major release of the Exchange Server ...

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