It allows users to securely send e-mail messages and has a limit of up to five mailbox databases. For additional licensing information, refer to the 'Licensing' information below. Client access licenses can be purchased separately. Provide your organization with a robust communications service Integrate e-mail messaging with important contacts and scheduled tasks Major Capabilities Unified management console: A simplified console makes it easy for your network administrators to perform on-premises, online, and hybrid Exchange deployments. Consolidated messaging system: Your users can receive emails, voicemails, and faxes through a single easily accessible inbox or via their mobile device. Inbox protection: Phishing, malware, and viruses are stopped in their tracks with the latest integrated antivirus shields in place.
Exchange Server is email and personal information management software that runs on Windows Server. It provides a collaboration environment for secure messaging inside and outside an organisation. It also supports group scheduling capabilities, discussion groups, team folders, mobile and web access, and a host of other features. You can use this guide to find the Exchange Server edition and licenses appropriate to your organisation's needs. In the version, the only significant difference between the Standard and Enterprise products is the number of mailbox databases each edition allows.