This new release brings important changes, starting with the migration to a 64 bit environment, enhanced support for mobile devices, impoved security through integration with Microsoft Forefront Security, a completely revamped Outlook Web Access tool, and streamlined administration - including script tools based on PowerShell.
If you want to know more of what is in store for your company, how mobile devices interact with Microsoft Exchane 2007 and other pieces of information, check our article "What Microsoft Exchange 2007 Brings to Users and IT Administrators". To write the article I had a talk with Charlie Chung, technical Lead Project Manager in the Exchange Product Team, during his visit to the local Tech Ed event.
Lots of more information on Exchange Server is available on Microsoft TechNet.
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