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Difference Between Exchange 2003 & 2007

Difference Between Exchange 2003 & 2007

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03/11/2013

 
Difference between Exchange 2003 & Exchange 2007
Anyone interested in being an Exchange professional should know the differencesbetween the 2003 and 2007 versions. Microsoft Exchange training does a good job of teaching the differences between the two. And of course, if you are already trained in2003 you can engage in Exchange 2007 training to learn more. In fact, anyoneinterested in becoming an up to date professional will take Exchange 2007 trainingclasses. The following differences are just some of the basics you should be aware of when it comes to Exchange Server 2003 and Exchanger Server 2007.Exchange Server 2003Exchange Server 2003 may be run on the Windows 2000 Server if the fourth servicepack has already been installed. It may also be run on 32 bit Windows Server 2003.There is a new disaster recovery feature that is even better than before. It allows theserver to experience less downtime. The Exchange Server 2003 received somefeatures form Microsoft Mobile Information server as well. These include OutlookMobile Access as well as ActiveSync. Improved versions of anti-spam and anti-viruswere also included. Management tools for mailboxes and messages have beenimproved and Instant Messaging and Exchange Conferencing Server are nowseparate products. There are two versions available of Exchange Server 2003. Theseinclude the Enterprise edition and the Standard edition. There are many otherfeatures that are available on Exchange Server 2003.Exchange Server 2007When Exchange Server 2003 was released there were no immediate plans as to whatwould happen to the product. A 2005 edition was dropped and it was not until theend of 2006 that the new version was released. Some of the new features includedintegration of voicemail, improved filtering, Web service support, and Outlook WebAccess interface. The new edition was run on a 64 bit x 64 version of WindowsServer. This increase the performance significantly. There are quite a fewimprovements to Exchange Server 2007. These include better calendaring, improvedweb access, unified messages, and better mobility. From a system protectionstandpoint there is more clustering, antivirus, anti spam, and compliance included.The IT experience is improved overall with a 64-bit performance. Deployment isbetter; routing is simplified as well as the command line shell and GUI.
 
Top Ten Reasons to Upgrade to Exchange Server 2007
Published: November 1, 2006
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 is designed to deliver increased protection for your business andgive anywhere access for your employees, while being operationally efficient to deploy, manage andmaintain. Should you upgrade? Here are ten reasons for you to consider. For more information,peruse thedetailed features listingand compare features across versionsto help you discover all that Exchange Server 2007 has to offer.1.
Keep your e-mail system running at lower cost
New data replication capabilities in Exchange Server 2007 drive increased availability at alower cost. Local Continuous Replication delivers database redundancy with rapid recovery,minimizing the frequency of full tape backups. With Cluster Continuous Replication incombination with Microsoft Cluster Service (MSCS), active/passive clusters provide bothdatabase and service redundancy without requiring expensive shared storage, even whenclusters span geographic locations.2.
Access e-mail, voice mail, calendar, and contacts from virtually anywhere, anytime
In Exchange Server 2007, your employees can access their important inbox information fromvirtually anywhere using their desktop computer, laptop computer, a browser window from anyInternet-connected computer, their mobile device, and even using a basic telephone when noInternet connectivity is available. Employees enjoy a rich and familiar experience based onMicrosoft Office Outlook 2007 functionality. Best of all, it’s all built in with centralizedmanagement and robust security, making rich anywhere access possible for your entireworkforce instead of just a limited few.3.
Get affordable, enterprise-class mobile messaging that’s better than ever
Exchange makes enterprise-class mobile messaging a reality by offering industry-leadingscalability, native integration with compatible devices for lower total cost of ownership, and byproviding a variety of device options to suit today’s business needs. Building on the advancesin Exchange Server 2003 Service Pack 2, mobility features in Exchange Server 2007 raise thebar on user experience and deliver improved manageability. Now desktop features such assupport for rich HTML, quick flags, sophisticated calendaring, and fast search are available onmobile devices. In addition, Exchange Server 2007 provides more granular security policiesand enables users to perform basic tasks on their own (such as perform a remote wipe fromOutlook Web Access 2007).4.
Empower employees with unified messaging while saving money
With new unified messaging in Exchange Server 2007, employees can receive their e-mail,voice mail, and faxes through a single inbox that can be accessed from anywhere. Employeescan manage all of their messages in one place just as they manage e-mail today. For example,
 
voice mail can be forwarded, or if the recipient adds text notes to the voice mail, messagescan be found using built-in search. With Exchange Server 2007, you can deliver these featureswhile lowering cost and complexity through consolidation of your voice mail infrastructure.5.
Get comprehensive protection from spam, viruses and phishing attacks
Exchange Server 2007 provides integrated antivirus, anti-spam and anti-phishing technologiesto stop the latest threats before they impact your business and employees. Multi-prongedmessage filtering in the perimeter network is available through the Edge Transport server role.For customers who prefer to use a service, similar capabilities are provided in the “cloud” (asan Internet-based service) throughExchange Hosted Filtering*. Additionally,Forefront for Exchange Server* protects Exchange servers from viruses and worms by utilizing multipleantivirus engines simultaneously. To protect from evolving threats, filters are kept up to datewith frequent and automatic updates.
*Exchange Hosted Filtering and Forefront Security for Exchange Server 
are included with theExchange Server 2007 Enterprise CAL license.6.
Reduce compliance risk in a way that makes sense for your business
Exchange Server 2007 incorporates features specifically designed to help your business complywith corporate, regulatory, and legal requirements. These features enable you to applyretention rules, scan and act on messages in transport, flexibly journal, and perform rich textsearches across mailboxes in your organization. Exchange Server 2007 eases the toll oftenplaced on administrators charged with applying and enforcing compliance policies, whileavoiding adverse impact on employees and their productivity.7.
Take advantage of powerful Web access
Outlook Web Access (OWA) 2007 provides a rich, Outlook 2007-like experience in a browserand is great for use at home, at an airport kiosk, at an internet café, at a friend’s house, oranywhere where there is an Internet connection available. No VPN or network tunnel isrequired. OWA enhancements in 2007 include a new Scheduling Assistant to help employeesefficiently book meetings, fast server-side search, integrated unified messaging as well as newfeatures to access documents and attachments more easily from outside the office. With two-factor authentication support and attachment viewing in HTML format, OWA also offersenhanced security compared with previous versions.
 
Boost administrator productivity with new tools
Exchange Server 2007 helps administrators save time and reduce effort with advancedmanagement tools. A new command line interface gives administrators complete, fine-grainedcontrol over Exchange objects as well as the power to easily automate all types of operationswith scripts. In addition, the graphical management console has been completely updated,with a more intuitive user interface, improved discoverability and a toolbox work center thatintegrates diagnostics, monitoring, and troubleshooting tools including the Exchange BestPractices Analyzer and the Exchange Troubleshooting Assistant.9.
Ease deployment and management
Deploying Exchange Server has never been easier. Exchange Server 2007 has a modern,modular architecture based on server roles. The server role concept is integrated into setupand deployment, helping to eliminate potential errors resulting from manual configuration,reducing the surface area for malicious attacks, and simplifying day-to-day management.Server roles are not tied to particular hardware configurations; they can be deployed on oneserver machine or many**. The new Autodiscover feature further eases deployment - by

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