Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 is the latest Microsoft messaging and collaborative software product. Now you have a chance download Microsoft Exchange 2010 Beta to test the server features as Microsoft released it for public testing on Microsoft press release. Meanwhile, Exchange 2010 previously is codenamed as Exchange Server 14.
The Microsoft Exchange’s major features consist of electronic mail, calendaring, contacts and tasks; support for mobile and web-based access to information; and support for data storage. However, you can expect more messaging features on Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 such as can work entirely as an online service, which may attract customers looking to save money on hardware and support for their e-mail and messaging systems. Enhancement information leakage protection, transcribe voice message and others. So let’s look at its features and what more does it have to offer.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Beta Features
- Lower costs with more flexible deployment and management options for deployment on-premises or as a service from Microsoft or partners — or as a mix of both. The new release simplifies the way organizations provide always-on communications and disaster recovery and improves performance running on lower-cost direct-attached storage.
- Protect information and meet compliance requirements with the new e-mail archive.
- Improve user productivity with the ultimate inbox experience with features such as these:
- MailTips – Warn users before they commit an e-mail faux pas such as sending mail to large distribution groups, to recipients who are out of the office or to recipients outside the organization, helping protect against information leaks and reduce unnecessary e-mail messages.
- Voice Mail Preview – See text previews of voice mail directly in Outlook.
- Ignore Conversation – This e-mail “mute button” allows people to remove themselves from an irrelevant e-mail string, reducing unwanted e-mail and runaway reply-all threads.
- Conversation View – Combine related e-mail messages in a single conversation to reduce inbox clutter.
- Call Answering Rules – Create customized “Press 1 for …” call-routing menus with Exchange voice mail.
- Consistent Experience – Use Outlook on the PC, a mobile phone or a browser for the same experience with enhancements in Outlook Mobile and Outlook Web Access.
To know more about Exchange Server 2010, you can visit Microsoft Exchange Server Official website or view full list of features in Exchange Server 2010 Overview).
How to Download Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Beta:
You can download Exchange Server 2010 Beta from TechNet or Microsoft Download Center. However, registration is required. Plus more, this Exchange Server beta testing period is 360 days and no exchange license key required.
Meanwhile, the Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Beta software download is available in the following languages: Arabic, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), English, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, and Spanish.
Plus more, Exchange Server 2010 is only available in 64-bit (x64) flavor, and thus requires Windows Server 2008 x64. More details of the Exchange Server 2010 system requirements can be found here.