What is an Exchange mail server?

Answer An Exchange mail server, also known as Exchange Server from Microsoft, is a communication tool used mainly by businesses to link together email, contacts, calendars and tasks. It also provides supp... Read More »

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What is the difference between a send mail server&an exchange mail server?

Both Sendmail and Exchange servers offer an easy way to transport email over a local network or the Internet. Sendmail offers fewer features than Exchange, and while Sendmail is intended for users ... Read More »

What is the function of the Exchange mail server?

The product line of mail server software known as Microsoft Exchange Server is primarily used for purposes of establishing and maintaining a database of information and providing Internet mail comm... Read More »

How to Change an Exchange Mail Server?

If your company or organization upgrades its Microsoft Exchange server, the system's address may change. When this happens, clients will need to update the Exchange mail server in their Outlook con... Read More »

How to Set Up an Exchange Server to Receive Mail?

You can use Microsoft Exchange Server to receive emails using the Internet. Exchange offers you the Mail Wizard feature that helps you set up your server for inbound mails. The same wizard also let... Read More »