Exchange Server 2007 Design Considerations

Exchange Server 2007 Design Considerations

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Exchange Server 2007 includes new built-in features and enhancements that enable businesses to suitably meet their ever growing messaging needs. These new features and architectural changes have changed the design and sizing methodologies used with older versions of Exchange. This paper presents a summary of the changes and the potential impacts that it may have on data centers along with some of the design considerations and best practices to keep in mind when deploying or upgrading to Exchange 2007.

 

Also covered in this technical white paper:

 

  • Exchange 2007 server roles for mailbox, hub transfer, client access, edge transport and unified messaging
  • Deployment considerations for high availability, scalability or Consolidation
  • Exchange 2007 architectural improvements like 64-bit application Support
  • Backup and recovery for Exchange 2007 and much more!

Authors

Ananda Sankaran Sumankumar Singh
Vendor:
Dell, Inc.
Posted:
03 May 2007
Published:
01 Apr 2007
Format:
PDF
Length:
21 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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