Yes, I know I’m a bit late with this post, but it is better late than never, right??? :-)
On August 25, 2010, Exchange Server 2010 SP1 RTM’d (technically released to Web) and is available for download here.
The Exchange team continues to take feedback from customers and make tweaks and enhancements to Exchange Server so that we can make life better for our customers. In this latest Service Pack, enhancements were made in the following categories:
New Deployment Client Access Server Role Improvements Improvements in Transport Permissions Exchange Store and Mailbox Database Mailbox and Recipients High Availability and Site Resilience Messaging Policy and Compliance Unified Messaging Server Role Improvements Audit Logging Support for Co-Existence with Exchange Online Support for Multi-Tenancy
All of these items are explained in detail in the What’s New TechNet Article so I’m not going to spell out every single one of the enhancements or changes. Rather, I am going to highlight my top 5 items (remember, this is my personal opinion of the top 5).
I can go on and on, but I think those are some key ones right now that I personally find helpful.