Chapter 6. Virtualizing Exchange Server 2013

It would be hard to imagine a book on virtualizing Microsoft applications without a good portion dedicated to a couple of key applications. Exchange is one of those applications. Of the different types of applications that are found in organizations small and large, Exchange is one that is almost always considered a business critical application. It serves as the main form of communication, collaboration, scheduling, and (against the wishes of Exchange administrators) file storage. When users log in to their systems, they expect Outlook to present them with new emails, much of which will go into the Deleted Items folder almost immediately, but nonetheless, it is our job to make sure that they are able ...

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