Microsoft has launched an update to its Microsoft Exchange product website — “We’ve made changes to showcase the product to a wider audience, including customers who want to learn about Exchange Online, and make it easier to learn about Exchange using different types of content. Whether you learn from watching videos with demos, reading technical whitepapers or hearing from customers, there is new content on the site for you,” the Exchange team stated.
Among the new features worth checking out are:
- Microsoft Exchange Demos page contains a series of nine videos that show how to use some of the technology in Exchange through scenarios and product screen shots. Told from the perspective of a fictional 50-person toy company, the content presented here shows features of Exchange for both end users and for administrators.
- Exchange Online Hosted Email page has undergone a complete overhaul that coincided with the launch of Office 365 when Exchange 2010 came to Exchange Online. Here you can watch a short animated video about Exchange Online, download a selection of whitepapers, and hear from customers who have used the product. You can also see the different pricing options for Exchange Online and buy the product directly on that page.
- What’s New in Exchange Server 2010: Here you can see that voicemail in the inbox came in Exchange 2007, while Database Availability Groups is an Exchange 2010 feature. This one is certain to be a popular one the next time Exchange shows up as a category in your pub trivia game.
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