The public beta of Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, part of Microsoft's unified communications family, is now available. Exchange 2010 is the first server in a new generation of Microsoft server technology designed and developed to work on-premises and as an online service, and introduces a new integrated e-mail archive and features to reduce costs and improve the user experience.

 

There are two ways that you can evaluate Exchange Server 2010: download the public beta (be sure to review the Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 system requirements before you proceed), or take the online trial and experience Software plus Services through Microsoft Exchange Online, which enables you to try all the messaging and calendaring functionality you need with none of the administrative burden.

 

Watch new Exchange 2010 features and functionality video

 

More to come,

Mitch

 

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