Following what my friend and peer Bruce Adamczak has been posting with his popular Follow me and learn Windows Server 2012 series of blog posts; I decided to do something similar for Exchange 2013. A huge Thank You to Bruce for his guidance and ideas!
What’s new in Exchange 2013.
Traditionally we have known Exchange to serve the core purpose of communication; this changes with Exchange 2013. Exchange is now evolving and is more focused on collaboration; and not just on communication. Right from merging all your contacts from different sources to SharePoint and Lync integration; Exchange 2013 provides all of this. We also continue to build on the familiar Exchange Server 2010 platform and redesigned it for simplicity of scale, utilizing the powerful hardware available today and in the near future and finally allowing for failure isolation.
First, let’s talk about the Exchange Administration Center, which I will refer to as EAC going forward
Talking about the new Setup…
Batch Mailbox moves
This is a new concept with Exchange 2013. Built on top of the Mailbox Replication Service, it features the following enhancements
These are a few of my favorites. I will continue to post more as I read. I hope this is useful!