New Versions of Exchange Server will always have many New Features and enhancements related to performance. We will see what’s New in Exchange Server 2019 in this post.
- Exchange Server 2019 supports the installation on Windows Server Core and it supports 48 CPU cores and up to 256 GB of RAM.
- Client Access Rules can be configured the restrict the users in accessing the ECP\OWA only from Internal network.
- Database Failovers is much faster when compared to earlier version of Exchange
- Indexing and Search Performance are improved
- Dynamic Memory cache allocation to active database and the enhancement on Database engine using MetaCache Database provides performance improvements
- No more Unified Messaging Server Role in Exchange Server 2019
- MAPI over HTTP is the default protocol for Outlook. Still Exchange Server 2019 supports RPC over HTTP for legacy clients
- Exchange Active Sync seamless redirection when on a Hybrid Exchange environment
- In-Place hold and e-discovery support for Public Folders (Public Folders still exists)
Exchange Admin Center
EAC in Exchange 2019 is exactly same as Exchange Server 2016 or Office 365 Admin Center. New Installation of Exchange Server 2019 will not have the Unified Messaging tab as Unified Messaging Server Role is not available in Exchange Server 2019.
Outlook on the Web (OWA)
Outlook on the Web is same like Exchange Server 2016 or Exchange Online OWA with additional improvements like Quick Actions on the emails, New Themes, Rich experience for OWA on Android and IOS, preview for links, Inline videos etc.
Exchange Server 2019 has the option to Set Do Not Forward IRM templates on Calendar Invites and Also New PowerShell Commands available to manage Calendar Delegation.
That’s all for the quick demo… I will add the new features when exploring Exchange Server 2019. Follow me for more information.