Exchange 15: Insights from Exchange Server General Manager Kevin Allison

Winstead, B. K.
February 2012
Windows IT Pro;Feb2012, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p68
The article reports on developments relating to Microsoft Exchange Server, a mail server, calendaring software and contact manager developed by Microsoft. Exchange Server general manager Kevin Allison discusses the latest in the Exchange development process, and what to expect from the product after its on-premises development has been combined with the cloud version of Exchange Online. A preview of Microsoft Exchange Server 15 is presented.


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