The Client Access server role, which debuted in Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, gets a significant increase in responsibility in Exchange Server 2010: It now handles mailbox access for all client connections. Because of the emphasis that's being placed on the Client Access role, it makes sense to gain a better understanding of the role and how to plan for its deployment. This article is the first of a series that will take an in-depth look at this vital Exchange role. I'll start by ...
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