Microsoft Exchange Server V5.5 Enterprise Edition Retail CD
Microsoft Exchange Server V5.5 Enterprise Edition Retail CD
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today rely on their messaging and collaboration servers
more than ever. This reliance means that you do not just
need a way to send e-mail or create groupware.
Businesses need a comprehensive messaging platform that
includes the tools necessary to create rich
collaboration applications. Microsoft™
Exchange Server 5.5 is that platform. Microsoft Exchange
Server 5.5 has a solid messaging foundation,
connectivity and co-existence, common, familiar tools
for collaboration, and management and administration.
A messaging platform is nothing
without a solid foundation. Microsoft Exchange Server
5.5 is scalable, reliable, and secure. It offers high
performance and high availability. Exchange Server 5.5
allows you to choose the protocols and clients that are
best for them, rather than locking them into a single
protocol environment. You want to build collaborative
applications that take advantage of the messaging
platform. Exchange Server 5.5 provides tools that help
you take advantage of existing knowledge.
This is an Retail Version CD. You get
a Microsoft™ Exchange Server Enterprise
Edition V.5.5 on 1 CD in an original factory sealed Jewel
The Jewel Case has the original
front & rear artwork and CD Key number.
No Manuals are included.
End-User license contained online.
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Microsoft Exchange Server
Enterprise Edition Version 5.5 includes the
following enhancements and new features.
Differences between the Standard
and Enterprise Editions: Microsoft Exchange Server
5.5 Enterprise Edition is designed for organizations
that require the highest levels of scalability,
interoperability, and availability. The Enterprise
Edition includes all of the features of the Standard
Edition plus an unlimited data store (constrained
only by the server hardware capacity), e-mail
connectivity with IBM, PROFS, and SNADS messaging
systems, X.400 connectivity, and support for
Microsoft Cluster Server. These features extend the
core functionality of the Standard Edition, such as
built in SMTP support to yield the most
comprehensive single product solution for corporate
communication and collaboration.
Note: The Standard Edition still
has a limit of 16 gigabytes for the Information
Store. Only the Enterprise Edition allows databases
to grow larger than 16 gigabytes.
Updated database structure
for the information store and directory Microsoft
Exchange Server uses an updated database that
provides more robust data storage capabilities.
Because of the new database structure, the
information store is limited only by your system's
Ability to retrieve deleted
items from mailboxes and public folders Users
can now retrieve deleted items in mailboxes and
public folders if you set a deleted item retention
period for the information store, mailbox, or public
folder. Users can recover deleted items by using the
Recover Deleted Items command in Microsoft
Outlook(tm) version 8.03 or later. Recovered items
are copied to the Deleted Items folder using
mailboxes, or to the selected folder using public
Exchange Server supports Internet Message Access
Protocol Version 4rev1 (IMAP4rev1).
Writeable LDAP Microsoft
Exchange Server enables users to make changes to the
directory by using Lightweight Directory Access
Enhanced protocol support
for the Internet Mail Service The
Internet Mail Service supports the following
protocols: ETRN, Secure Multipurpose Internet Mail
Extensions (S/MIME), Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), and
Simple Authentication and Security Layer (SASL).
Support for MHTML Microsoft
Exchange Server supports MIME Hypertext Markup
Language (MHTML), which is the MIME encapsulation of
aggregate documents, such as an HTML document with
Scripting You can install
the Microsoft Exchange Event Service to support
customized public folder workflow applications that
you develop. For example, you can develop an
application that performs an action when a specified
event occurs in a public folder.
Container level search
control You can restrict
users' access to Address Book views. For example, if
you are hosting multiple companies on a single
Microsoft Exchange Server computer, you can prevent
users of one company from viewing the Address Book
views of another company.
Support for multiple and
differential offline Address Books Users
can also download differential entries in offline
Address Books, so that only changes that occurred
since the last download are downloaded.
Advanced security You
can set multiple password policies that prevent
administrators from making changes to the Key
Management (KM) server without authorization from
one or more other administrators. Microsoft Exchange
Server also supports trusted messages sent between
organizations so that users can verify the source of
messages sent from another organization.
Microsoft Cluster Server Microsoft
Exchange Server supports Microsoft Cluster Server,
which is included with Windows NT® Server.
Microsoft Cluster Server provides fault tolerance in
the event of hardware and software malfunctions. It
ensures that if a Microsoft Exchange Server computer
fails, another is available so mail delivery is
never interrupted. Microsoft Cluster Server must be
installed on the Microsoft Exchange Server computer
to enable support for clustering.
Microsoft Exchange Chat
Service Microsoft Exchange
Server now includes chat services that enable users
to interact with each other online, in real time.
SNMP Madman MIB Microsoft
Exchange Server supports the Mail and Directory
Management Management Information Base (MADMAN MIB)
for use with Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
Lotus cc:Mail DB8 migration The
Lotus cc:Mail source extractor supports Lotus
cc:Mail version 5.x (DB6), and version 6.0
and version 8.0 (DB8).
Address space and routing
Exchange Server gives you more control over message
routing. The Address Space property page on
connectors has been enhanced to enable scoping
restrictions on each address space specified. Each
address space can be configured so that the
connector routes messages that originate from anyone
in the organization, routes only messages that
originate from within the home site, or routes only
messages that originate within the home server
location. In addition, each MTA can be configured to
use only the least-cost routes to deliver mail, so
that if the least-cost route is not accessible,
messages are returned with a non-delivery report (NDR).