Exchange Server 2016 is ready to download

Yesterday, Exchange Server 2016 was released to the masses with a redesigned UI and a number of other new features providing for a more streamlined experience. Exchange Server 2016 is different from Exchange Server 2013 because it is set to work completely in the cloud. At the moment, email is the most essential tool in business communication and is a tool that most workers agree that it is their main means of collaboration.

As business messaging needs increase, a solid messaging infrastructure needs to be established and tools need to be in place to help businesses as prioritize what messages are important. Exchange Server 2016 extends the integration between Exchange and other Office products to help businesses collaborate and work more efficiently. Exchange Server 2016 makes it simpler to manage email; by focusing on what messages are important and prioritizing projects.

Here is a quick video that looks at new improvements in Exchange Server 2016.

 

Here is a short list of the new features that are available in Exchange 2016:

  • Better collaboration: In Outlook 2016 or Outlook on the web, you can now attach a document, or other file as a link to SharePoint 2016 (Preview) or OneDrive for Business instead of just a regular file attachment.
  • Improved Outlook web experience: New features of Outlook on the web include: pin, inline reply, a new single-line inbox view, new themes, emojis, and more.
  • Search: A better, faster search architecture offers more comprehensive results. Outlook 2016 is better organized to use the Exchange 2016 to help find email items faster. Search has better options too; Search and People suggestions, and the ability to search for items in your Calendar.

If you are looking for a more in-depth feature list, you can check out the Exchange 2016 documentation or take a look at the Exchange 2016 Product Guide. Exchange Server 2016 will give you a 180 day fully-fledged free trial, so give it a try.

Download Exchange Server 2016 today!

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