Microsoft Exchange Server 2019 Enterprise

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Product Information

Users Supported:Unlimited
Dispatch:by E-mail
Manufacturer Part Number:PGI-00879
Installations Supported:Unlimited
Supported Devices:Unlimited

System requirements

ProcessorEither of the following types of 64-bit processors: • Intel processor that supports Intel 64 architecture (formerly known as Intel EM64T). • AMD processor that supports the AMD64 platform. Notes: • Intel Itanium IA64 processors are not supported. • Recommended supported processor sockets is up to 2 on physical machines.
Hard diskAt least 30 GB of free space on the drive where you're installing Exchange. At least 200 MB of free space on the system drive. At least 500 MB of free space on the drive that contains the message queue database.
MemoryVaries by Exchange server role: • Mailbox: 128 GB minimum recommended • Edge Transport: 64 GB minimum recommended.
Display1024 x 768 pixels (XGA) or higher
Supported Operating SystemWindows Server 2019 Standard or Datacenter, Windows Server 2016 Standard or Datacenter, Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard or Datacenter

Microsoft Exchange Server 2019 Enterprise

Microsoft Exchange Server 2019 Enterprise - The ideal software solution for large businesses

Using the 2016 version as a basis, Microsoft has improved key areas of its upcoming groupware and email transport server software for numerous businesses that use Windows. Companies that purchase Microsoft Exchange Server 2019 Enterprise can therefore continue to enjoy the benefits of high-performance central management and storage of tasks, contacts, appointments and emails from the Microsoft company.

The latest Enterprise version is different from the Standard one and is tailored to meet the specific needs of large businesses. A particularly noteworthy feature is the support of up to 100 databases, each with 2 terabytes of storage. To compare: The Exchange Server 2019 Standard for small and medium-sized businesses supports only 5 databases.

Bing search, voicemail features and redesigned calendar

Users that purchase and use Microsoft Exchange Server 2019 Enterprise will soon notice a few key changes. The most striking change for end-users is the redesigned calendar system whose latest version is based on the Office 365 model and also includes easy calendar sharing. In the 2019 version, administrators also have additional PowerShell cmdlets, a newly integrated “Do not Forward” function as well as enhanced features for more efficient management. These include features such as “Remove-CalendarEvents” and “Add-MailboxFolderPermission” which assigns delegation rights.

With Exchange Server 2019 Enterprise, Microsoft will also remove the dated FAST search from the software and replace it with the Bing search engine. This means searching for information and indices will now become part of mailbox databases. Along with the old search, support for unified messaging has been abolished and software voicemail features will now function via a cloud. Skype for Business 2019 or Office 365 is required to use this feature.

More performance for greater demands

The fact that large businesses are purchasing Microsoft Exchange Server 2019 Enterprise is down to the traditional support of special high-performance server systems. Microsoft takes this need into account in its latest version and is increasing its maximum supported working memory from 192 GB to 256 GB. This also extends to CPU performance. Exchange Server 2019 has doubled the number of maximum supported processors from 24 to 48. Full support of SSD drives as caches guarantees visibly optimised performance during use.

Selected features of Microsoft Exchange Server 2019 Enterprise

  • Secure authentication via certificates

  • SmartScreen filter and Intelligent Message Filter (IMF)

  • Web access via the Outlook web app

  • Comprehensive Data Loss Prevention (DLP)

  • Connection of third-party antivirus software via antivirus APIs

  • Global address book including blacklist and whitelist

  • Increase in maximum supported working memory to 256 GB

  • Full support of SSD drives as caches

  • Supported processors doubled from 24 to a maximum of 48

  • 100 databases each with 2 terabytes

  • FAST search replaced by Bing search engine

Unlimited use and flexible licensing

Businesses can acquire Client Access Licences (CALs) for the use of Microsoft Exchange Server 2019 Enterprise. These are available as a user licence (User CAL) or device-related licence (Device CAL) and enable flexible, cost-efficient use. There is also the option to acquire an external connector licence. External users such as customers or suppliers also have access to Exchange which simplifies a large number of processes. There are also no time limitations when it comes to the use of Microsoft Exchange Server 2019 Enterprise.