Microsoft rolls out Exchange Server 2010 SP2
Microsoft has officially released Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 2 to the masses. SP2 delivers several new features as well as consumer requested fixes and other various enhancements.
“We’re delighted to continually add value to Exchange as part of our ongoing release rhythm. The enhancements in this Service Pack are largely due to your feedback. As with SP1, SP2 is a fully slipstreamed version of Exchange, with 13 server languages and 66 client languages (including English) available in a single package,” Microsoft stated in an official blog post.
SP2 includes new features such as Hybrid Configuration Wizard, Address Book Policies, Outlook Web App Mini and Cross-Site Silent Redirection for Outlook Web App, as well as other fixes requested by Exchange Server 2010 customers. For a full list of whats new in SP2, check out this post.
“Service Pack 2 is a fully slipstreamed version of Exchange with 13 server languages and 66 client languages (including English) available in a single package. There is no separate download for client and server languages; you’ll only need to download and install separate language packs if you have Unified Messaging,” Microsoft mentions.Exchange, Microsoft