Technical White Paper: Exchange Server 2010 Design and Architecture at Microsoft

By replacing Exchange Server 2007 servers with servers running Exchange Server 2010, Microsoft IT created new opportunities to drive down costs and system complexities while at the same time increasing security and deploying new features not available in previous versions of Exchange Server.


– Increased reliability through new high-availability technologies, such as database availability groups.
– Increased mailbox sizes through Mailbox servers equipped with cost-efficient storage solutions.
– Reduced total cost of ownership (TCO) through cost-efficient storage solutions and elimination of backups.
– Increased compliance through transport rules, litigation hold, and Information Rights Management.
– Enhanced remote access and mobility options through Client Access servers.

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