Microsoft Exchange


Microsoft Exchange is a product that allows your organization to configure and host email and collaboration services.

Along with email services, Microsoft Exchange also provides features such as:

  • Contact Management
  • Tasks Management
  • Calendar

Additionally, it is also available as hosted or cloud services—deployed and entirely accessible from the Internet/cloud.


Adaptable to Your Schedule
Microsoft Exchange gives you the adaptability you need, providing a smart inbox that prioritizes the messages you want to see first and allows you to get more done, faster. You can share and collaborate on your critical documents.

Work Faster, Smarter
With a plethora of smart features, you will be able to personalize your inbox, providing a better, more organized view of your email. Searching has never been easier with enhancements that give you faster and more complete results. You have access to extensive customization through add-ins that allow you to connect to modern services and internal applications

Easily Manage Your Calendar
In addition to basic functions such as setting up appointments and reminders, the calendaring system offers features such as automatically picking up events

Feel Safer
Microsoft exchange not only protects your information through advanced capabilities such as anti-malware and anti-spam protection but also provides you with data-loss prevention capabilities. With a guaranteed 99.9% uptime, you can rely on your email being always up and running.

Managing Made Easy
An easy to use, web-based interface allows you to manage your organization efficiently and customize the company environment. You can create mobile device policies, controlling what devices can be used to access your environment, set up enforced PIN locks and remove confidential data from lost phones.

How it Works
Microsoft Exchange Server works on a Windows Server operating system and provides server-side services and features, while Microsoft Exchange client is installed on client nodes. All incoming emails are first received at the Exchange Server and then routed to the destination client.

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