- Optimizing Microsoft Exchange in the Enterprise Part I: Optimizing the Mailbox Server Role and the Client Access Server
- Optimizing Microsoft Exchange for the Enterprise, Part II: Hub Transport Server and Lync-SharePoint Integration
Exchange Server 2010 is one of the most flexible and robust products in managing the messaging infrastructure of the organization. It includes a considerable number of features that help control the way emails are exchanged within the premises of the company. While the default setup provides a functional setup, it is worth looking at other features to get the most of this product. In this two-part white paper, we explore these features and take a look at how they can be implemented on top of a standard installation of Exchange servers in the organization. Part 1 examines, Optimizing the Mailbox Server Role and Optimizing the Client Access Server (CAS). Part 2 looks at Optimizing the Hub Transport Server, Miscellaneous Features, and Lync- SharePoint Integration.