Call 800-318-1439 or Text 949-612-2053 Sales and Support: M - F 5:00 am to 5:00 pm PT
American Flag American Owned and Operated Release a Turkey!!!
MFR # 395-02467

Microsoft Exchange Server Enterprise 2013 Open License

  Digital Download
  Order before 5:00 pm PT to receive within 5-7 business days
  • Supports 1 User / 1 Device
  • Digital Delivery / 5 - 7 Business Days Estimated Delivery Time
  • Runs On Windows
  • 1 Installation
  • Licensed for Home and Commercial Use
  • Open Business Licensing
$4,76999 $4,950.00
save 4%
Limited Time Offer for Businesses!

Discover current vulnerabilities, assess weaknesses and outdated programs currently in use. Prevent data breaches or hacks within your company.

Microsoft Exchange Server Enterprise 2013 Open License Microsoft Exchange Server Enterprise 2013 Open License
Show Buying Options

Product Specifications

  • Installation Method: Digital Download
  • Estimated Delivery Time: 5 - 7 Business Days
  • Users Supported: 1 User
  • Devices Supported: 1 Device
  • Installations Supported: 1 Installation
  • License Type: Perpetual
  • License Term: Indefinite
  • Licensed Use: Licensed for Home and Commercial Use
  • Brand: Microsoft
  • Manufacturer Part Number: 395-04469
  • GTIN: 761480503046
  • Platform Supported: Windows
  • Operating Systems Supported: Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2011
  • Minimum Hard Drive Space: 1.2 GB
  • Minimum Memory: 2 GB
  • Minimum Processor Speed: 300 MHz

Overview


Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Enterprise - Open License

Scale to 100 databases per server

Exchange Server 2013 Enterprise can scale to 100 databases per server. Exchange has gained new capabilities over the years. See what's included in this version and what's new in Exchange Server 2013.

Architectural Changes

There are now only two roles: the Mailbox server role and the Client Access server role.
____________________

the Mailbox server role
_____

the Client Access server role
_____

Brand-New Features

____________________

Managed availability

Managed availability is a monitoring and recovery infrastructure that is integrated with Exchange's high availability solution. Managed availability detects and recovers from problems as they occur and as they are discovered.

Data loss prevention (DLP)

DLP features include a robust set of transport rule–like tools for scanning messages for sensitive data, a predefined set of policies for common regulatory requirements, and tools for customizing the included items or building your own.

E-discovery experience

You can now perform discovery searches that include

  • Exchange mailboxes
  • public folders
  • archived Microsoft Lync conversations
  • material that's stored in Microsoft SharePoint
from a single SharePoint-based interface.

 

Mailbox Server Changes

____________________

Exchange Replication service
_____

Controls failover and switchover operations and database mounts and dismounts, manages the database worker processes. Failure of the Information Store service process affects only one database at a time.

Improved Exchange 2013 schema
_____

By increasing the degree of physical and logical contiguity in the Exchange 2013 schema, fewer large I/Os will be required -- but an increased amount of CPU will be needed to handle them.

AutoReseed feature
_____

The new Store also implements a new AutoReseed feature. This feature can immediately create a new passive replica of a database on a failed disk by using a spare disk on the server, automatically replacing the failed copy to maintain the correct number of copies in the database availability group.

Completely re-implemented public folders
_____

Public folders essentially look and act like databases. Public folder databases are stored in DAGs, just as mailboxes are, so you protect public folders against outages by adding multiple replicas of a given public folder database to a DAG. Clients always connect to the active copy of the public folder, which might have implications for scalability in some environments.

Client Access Changes

____________________

Proxy connections

Exchange 2013 no longer renders data for the client. The only thing it does is perform proxy connections from the client to the appropriate Mailbox server. This proxy-only design eliminates the need for the Client Access server to maintain affinity or state with clients, which in turn enables a much broader range of potential load-balancing solutions.

Client access protocols

Client connections can use IMAP, POP, or Exchange Web Services (EWS), but they no longer use Messaging API (MAPI) RPCs.

Cross-site access

Clients connect to whichever Client Access server is convenient, and the Client Access server can perform HTTP redirects as necessary to find the correct Mailbox server across Active Directory (AD) sites.

Transport Changes

The transport process has changed significantly because of the two-role architecture.
____________________

The new Front End Transport service has a completely new approach to mail acceptance and delivery: It has no permanent queues. When a new SMTP conversation is opened, the service accepts the connection, performs filtering based on the SMTP envelope data, and then determines the route to the "best" Mailbox server before starting the delivery process.

The Mailbox server runs three new transport-related services:____________________

The Mailbox Transport service
_____

The Mailbox Transport Delivery service
_____

The Mailbox Transport Submission service
_____

Questions & Answers

Have a Question?

Be the first to ask a question about this.

Ask a Question

Customer Reviews

No reviews yet
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)