Microsoft Exchange Server is an email, calendaring, contact, scheduling and collaboration platform that gives users the ability to access the messaging platform from mobile devices, desktops and web-based systems. Users collaborate through calendar and document sharing while storage and security features let organisations archive content, perform searches and execute compliance tasks. It is also known for its high availability (HA) features that ensure continued service in various outage scenarios.

A hybrid deployment offers organisations the ability to extend the experience to the cloud. This type of deployment can also serve as an intermediate step to moving completely to Exchange Online.

Modern Messaging Infrastructure

Exchange Server Installation
Create and Configure Mailbox Databases
Manage Database Availability Groups (DAG)
Manage and Implement Client Access
Plan and Implement Disaster Recovery Strategies
Manage the Messaging Infrastructure Lifecycle

Mail Flow Topology

Plan Transport Pipelines
Manage Connectors
Manage Mail Flow
Mail Flow Troubleshooting

Recipients and Devices

Manage Mailboxes
Manage Groups
Configure Mobile Device Policies and Access

Hybrid Configuration and Migration

Hybrid Environment Planning and Deployment
Plan and Implement Migrations
Manage Public Folders


Manage Role-Based Permissions
Configure Message Hygiene
Manage Advanced Threat Protection (ATP)
Manage Litigation Hold
Configure Data Loss Prevention (DLP) Policies
Configure Retention Policies
Review and Analyse Audit Logs

Organisational Settings

Plan Address Lists
Configure Sharing
Manage Email Address Policies
Configure Workload Management

If you are interested in discussing Messaging options, then please feel free to get in touch for a no-obligation conversation by using any of the methods below:
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