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Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Standard In a company, the communication channels must be flexible, clear, transparent and cost-efficient. Windows Exchange Server 2013 can help you achieve this and help you achieve a whole new level of...
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Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 - for efficient e-mail communication and management

Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 is a new version of the proven groupware and e-mail server software, which is used for centralized management of e-mails and contacts, as well as tasks and appointments for a larger number of users. Exchange Server's useful tools improve the collaboration efficiency of both individual employees and teams in an organization.

The practical functions of Exchange Server 2013 aim to make communication channels flexible, clear and transparent, while also being cost-efficient. Added to this is a high level not only in performance and reliability of this version, but also the comprehensive control and security of critical data - especially in times when compliance requirements for companies and organizations are becoming increasingly important - without hindering the work.

The primary goal of Exchange 2013 is therefore simplicity in the scaling of services, the use of the features available in the process and the isolation of errors. Exchange Server 2013 has therefore also reduced the number of server roles to the following three: Mailbox Server, Client Access and Edge Transport.

The Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 version is available from Wiresoft in the two editions Standard and Enterprise at a special price. Exchange Server 2013 Standard already meets the mailbox needs of small to mid-sized businesses, while Exchange Server 2013 Enterprise is designed entirely to meet the scalable needs of large companies and organizations that need to manage a more extensive number of mailbox databases.

Editions and licensing of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013

For all available editions, Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 offers basic proven and secure as well as new features for sending email and managing mailboxes, tasks and calendars in an organization.

Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 is licensed according to the usual client/server model. This means that one server and all clients accessing it require a license. The functions available here are also determined by the type of access licenses required to use this  - these are also available from Wiresoft. The server license for Exchange 2013 is available in two editions, they differ mainly in the number of supported mailboxes:

  • The Standard edition is ready for the mailbox requirements of small and medium businesses that do not need more than 5 mailbox databases.
  • The Enterprise edition is especially designed for larger companies that need more than 5 mailbox databases, it even supports (with the Exchange Server 2013 RTM Cumulative Update) up to 100 mailboxes.

Important innovations in Exchange Server 2013

Compared to previous Exchange versions, Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 offers a comprehensive set of new features and services that help users communicate and collaborate even better. In addition, these help to increase their efficiency and at the same time reduce operating costs in companies. Exchange Server features can be deployed both on-premises and in the cloud. In addition, the Outlook Web App offers a user interface that has also been optimized to support touch screens, thereby extending the use of Exchange 2013 to mobile devices. The following features make up the main new features of the 2013 server version:

Exchange Admin Center (EAC)

Exchange 2013 also offers a number of optimizations for administrators. For example, the Exchange Management Console (EMC) and Exchange Control Panel (ECP), which were the two previous interfaces for managing Exchange Server, have been combined into the new, web-based Exchange Admin Center (EAC). This is also optimized for on-premises as well as online and hybrid deployments. Web-based management allows admins to use client access rules to individually define user access to the Internet as well as the intranet and Exchange management console.

Intelligent search function

The Intelligent Search tool in Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 not only improves the quality of search results, but also enhances collaboration and communication between teams and individuals: Users can now easily retrieve and summarize information from multiple sources.

Integration with SharePoint and Lync

Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Standard ensures improved integration with Microsoft Lync 2013, as well as Microsoft SharePoint 2013, with the Compliance eDiscovery feature and website mailboxes. Together, these two services provide important features that allow collaboration with website mailboxes, among others.

Support for compliance requirements

Meeting compliance requirements and maintaining policy adherence are made much easier for organizations with In-Place eDiscovery. In Exchange 2013, enhanced search and index capabilities make it much easier to find critical data. In addition, Data Loss Prevention (DLP) also prevents users from sending confidential information to unauthorized individuals.

Simplified email transport

In Exchange Server 2013, three services - Front-End Transport Service (FET), Hub Transport Service (HT) and Mailbox Transport Service (MT) - are now responsible for sending email. They are components of the mailbox server role. The functions of the previous Hub Transport server role are now performed by these services. The functions performed by the Unified Messaging server role in the previous Exchange 2010 version are provided here by the Unified Messaging service.

Differences between the Exchange Server 2013 Standard and Enterprise editions

As explained earlier, the main difference between the Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Standard edition and the Enterprise edition is the number of databases that can be managed with it. Thus, they are aimed at companies of different sizes and, consequently, different needs when it comes to scaling Exchange Server services. For example, the Standard edition is limited to five databases per server, while the Enterprise edition can manage up to 50 databases per server.

In addition, Microsoft offers some additional features or an extended range of functions compared to the Standard edition for professional users when purchasing the Exchange Server 2013 Enterprise edition. These include:

Journal Report Decryption

Exchange Server 2013 thus offers users the option of protecting their messages via Information Rights Management (IRM) in Microsoft Outlook and the Office Outlook Web App. Not only can certain protection rules be created to automatically apply IRM protection to messages before they are sent, for example. Journal report decryption also provides the option to store an unencrypted copy of an IRM-protected message in journal reports along with the original IRM-protected message.

Data Loss Prevention - DLP

Data loss prevention is an important aspect of enterprise messaging, especially when business-critical communications involve sending emails that contain sensitive data. The data loss prevention capabilities in Exchange Server not only greatly simplify management, but more importantly, greatly simplify compliance with confidential data policies without hindering user productivity. DLP not only prevents data loss within an organization, but also prevents employees from accidentally or intentionally sending sensitive data to unauthorized individuals.

ActiveSync Mobile Management

While the ActiveSync Mobile Access feature is also included in the Standard edition of Exchange Server 2013 to allow users to synchronize one or more mobile devices with their Exchange mailbox as well as access calendars, contacts and tasks, in the Enterprise edition of Exchange Server 2013, the ActiveSync Mobile Management feature provides advanced policies to manage all services individually.

Voicemail with Unified Messaging (UM)

Unified messaging allows users to use not only voicemail, but also other voicemail services such as Outlook Voice Access. To combine voice or chat messages as well as audio and video conferencing and also extended presence information in an integrated communication environment, UM can use Microsoft Lync Server for this purpose. Users can use any phone to listen to messages via their e-mail inbox or via Outlook Voice Access.

Compliance archive

Compliance policies require a company or organization to retain all relevant electronically stored information, which includes email, for possible litigation. Compliance Archiving in Exchange Server helps them control an organization's relevant messaging data by replacing the previous storage of PST (Personal Store) files in Outlook with archiving in the Compliance Archive. With the help of content analysis in Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Enterprise, the protection and monitoring of confidential data in accordance with requirements is even more efficient.

System requirements for Microsoft Exchange Server 2013

The following minimum requirements are necessary to install Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 in the Standard- or Enterprise- version or to use it to its full extent:

  • Supported operating systems: Windows Server 2012 or R2 Standard or Datacenter as well as Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard or Enterprise with SP1 and R2 Datacenter RTM
  • Processor: Intel 64 or AMD64
  • Working memory mailbox: at least 8 GB
  • RAM client access: at least 4 GB
  • Edge transport: at least 4 GB
  • Hard disk space: 30 GB minimum, plus 500 MB of space for each UM language package and 200 MB of space on the system drive
  • Drive: DVD-ROM
  • Screen resolution: at least 1,024 x 768 pixels
  • Coexistence scenarios supported by Exchange 2013 with earlier versions:

            Exchange 2013: incl. CU2

            Exchange 2010: incl. SP3

            Exchange 2007: incl. Update Roll-Up 10 for SP3

            Exchange 2003 and earlier versions: not supported


            There may also be other prerequisites.

Versions of Windows Exchange Server 2013 - available at a reasonable price from Wiresoft

Wiresoft offers the Microsoft Exchange Server version 2013 in the two editions Standard and Enterprise particularly inexpensive. With the purchase of the Standard edition of Exchange 2013, all mailbox requirements of small to medium-sized companies and organizations are already excellently met. If you purchase the Enterprise edition, larger companies and institutions will not only benefit from the scalability of the powerful mailbox management, but also from the full range of functions of this Exchange Server 2013 version.

Licensing of Windows Exchange Server 2013

By purchasing a Enterprise or Standard edition of Exchange Server 2013 from Wiresoft, you are choosing an original software product from Microsoft, which comes from a European company and was legally sold or purchased by us. These are always unused licenses that have been checked by Wiresoft for absolute authenticity and full functionality. You as a customer benefit from the unbeatable price advantage we offer. Just contact us for more information and if you have any questions about your software license needs: