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Introduction to Microsoft Exchange Server

Microsoft Exchange Server is a powerful corporate messaging system that you can use to support your organization with electronic mail. People in your organization will be able to exchange information with anyone, anywhere, anytime, even with people using different messaging systems.

Microsoft Exchange Server is based on a scalable architecture; it can grow as your organization grows. You can make connections to other systems such as the Internet. Most important, you can centrally manage your organization, including sites, servers, and mail recipients, with an easy-to-use graphical interface. Microsoft Exchange Server runs on Windows NT Server.

After you plan and set up your system, users in your organization can do the following:

As an administrator, you can protect your users' privacy by using the advanced security features of Microsoft Exchange Server.