Exchange 2013, expected early next year, is now available as a preview -- something Microsoft sometimes calls a beta. In fact, Microsoft has a half dozen or so different terms for beta software, don't ask me why.
The new Exchange has a bevy of features aimed at easing configuration, management and thwarting attacks.
One main issue is a new architecture that centralizes items such as roles and administration. For instance, there are only two server roles available: mailbox and client access.
On the admin side, the control panel and management panel are now combined.
Posted by Doug Barney on 07/27/2012 at 1:19 PM
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