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Microsoft Exchange Server 2013: Design, Deploy and Deliver an Enterprise Messaging Solution by Nicolas Blank, Neil Johnson, Nathan Winters

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Chapter 3

Exchange Architectural Concepts

In Chapter 1, “Business, Functional, and Technical Requirements,” we spoke about the best practices that we tend to take for granted: that storage should be built in a certain way, that roles should be allocated in a certain ratio, and so forth. To this day, we often come across Exchange 2010 implementations that clearly reflect Exchange 2007 and even Exchange 2003 thinking. Exchange 2013 is a completely new version and, as such, the best ways for implementing it will develop as the product is deployed and it matures through various cycles of cumulative updates.

Exchange 2010 went through a similar cycle. The recommendations for implementation at RTM were very different than those made at SP2. These kinds ...

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