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Exchange Server 2010 migration and testing

The buzz surrounding Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 isn’t just noise. But new features fall short without a proper setup. Get the lowdown on how to install, test and protect your Exchange upgrade.

With a buzz surrounding its release, it can be easy to assume that Microsoft's Exchange Server 2010 is all talk and no game, but the new features on the server prove that the latest version is the real deal. But in order to take advantage of all of the new features, it's essential to have a proper setup. In this guide, learn what's changed, how to properly move over to Server 2010, how to test the product, and how to protect Exchange and its users after the migration.

Home | What's new  | Moving to Server 2010 | Testing | Protecting Exchange

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Serdar Yegulalp
has been writing about computers and IT for more than 15 years for a variety of publications, including SearchWinIT.com, SearchExchange.com, InformationWeek and Windows magazine.

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