Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 marked a dramatic departure for Microsoft in several ways: It consigned the x86 architecture to the dustbin of computing history; it made dramatic changes to the way that Exchange high availability works; and it added integration with voicemail and faxes. This last item, which Microsoft called Exchange Unified Messaging (UM), was seen as the least revolutionary of all the Exchange 2007 changes because it largely duplicated features that third parties had ...
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