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Benefits of Teaming Up Exchange 2003 w/ Windows 2003 and Office 2003Matthew HesterSr. Technology AdvisorMessaging & Collaboration
AgendaExchange Customer FeedbackOffice Outlook 2003 OverviewExchange 2003 ManagementBetter with Windows Server 2003Advantages of IntegrationExchange 2003 SecurityNext StepsClick the Ask a question button in the lower leftsection of your screen to submit a question.
Exchange Customer FeedbackIncrease Information Worker Productivity Increase Administrative ProductivityEnhance Outlook and Outlook Web AccessLower TCO ConsolidationMore and Better Deployment ToolsMore Migration/Co-existence ToolsEnhance Security and anti-Spam capabilitiesClick the Ask a question button in the lower leftsection of your screen to submit a question.
Exchange Server 2003Scenarios Mobility/Remote AccessSite/Server ConsolidationDisaster recovery/VSSDeployment/MigrationSecure Messaging InfrastructureKey Features MAPI/RPC over HTTPBuilt-in Mobile SupportOutlook Web Access/OutlookMobile AccessDeep Windows Server Integration Anti-Virus / Anti-Spam capabilitiesCollaboration and CommunicationBenefits End-user productivityIT Pros productivityLower TCOHigh availability
Information Worker Productivity
Office Outlook 2003 Overview
Information WorkerScenariosMobile and Remote UsersSales, Service, Consulting, LawyersHome OfficeSmart Communication when and where workers need itBasic Occasional UsersInformation Workers use better tools to communicate and stay connectedFeaturesNew Outlook 2003 FeaturesMobile Device SupportNew Outlook Web AccessNew security and anti-Spam capabilitiesWindows Rights Management ServicesBenefitsImprove ProductivityIncrease Customer and Partner responsivenessImproved and Faster Communication Reduce Support CostsFlexible, Secure Access
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Productivity with Outlook 200340% more information displayed!Reading PaneOne click follow-upMost recently used foldersCustom Search Folders
Exchange 2003 and Outlook 2003Using Outlook 2003 over a slow, latent connection dial-up or wireless linkLocal cache of Exchange mailbox enables consistent user experience regardless of link speeds and disconnectionsReduced roundtrips + message compressionIntelligent synchsOffline address book used for name resolutionVPN is not required between Outlook and Exchange over the Internet (RPC/HTTP[S] Tunneling)
Outlook 2003 using HTTP(S)Client-sideOutlook 2003Windows XP with Service Pack 1 + Q331320 and Windows 2000 with Service Pack 3(at RTM, this might change to Windows XP with SP2)Server-sideExchange 2003 on Windows 2003 for FE (if FE is deployed)Exchange 2003 on Windows 2003 for BEExchange 2003 on Windows 2003 for Public FoldersExchange 2003 on Windows 2003 for System FoldersWindows 2003 for Global Catalog server
Outlook Web AccessAnywhere Access - Improved Outlook Web Access ExperienceFast PerformanceChoice of Rich or Basic ModeNew User Interface likeOutlook 2003New Features: Spellcheck, Tasks, RulesSecure: S/MIME, Timed Log-off, Attachment blockingEasy to support and deployGreat for co-existence and migrations
Pervasive Productivity:Outlook Web AccessReading PaneOne click follow-upSearch Folders
Wherever, Whenever Access To Exchange 2003Outlook 2003Outlook Web AccessExchange Server ActiveSync Outlook Mobile AccessPervasive Productivity
Exchange 2003 Management
Exchange 2003 ManagementIncreasing Server ManageabilityOutlook 2003 Performance MonitoringQueue Viewer for SMTP and X.400Multiple Mailbox MoveMailbox Recovery CenterRecovery Storage GroupImproved Error ReportingNew Public Folder Admin InterfaceMessage Tracking CenterDelivery Status Notification LoggingDNS Resolver Tool
Exchange Management Pack forMicrosoft Operations ManagerHelps Increase Server AvailabilityIncluded with Exchange 2003*Out-of-box monitoring and alerting for ExchangeComplete monitoring for solution: >1700 rulesEnhances server availability through proactive server managementProvides monitoring of client, server and Active DirectoryBuilt-in knowledge reduces issue resolution time* Customers still need to purchase a base MOM license
Better with Windows Server 2003
Windows 2003 StandardMemory tuning/3GB switch/USERVA switchProcessor supportSupports 4-way P4 XeonMP Processors (hyper-threaded)Database snapshot through VSSHTTP support for Outlook 2003Outlook Web Access Compression support
Native Mode DependenciesThere is no such concept as Exchange 2003 native mode. Both Exchange 2000 and 2003 servers can live in a native mode Exchange organization.However Query-based Distribution Groups (QDGs) can only be created in a native mode Exchange organization.If routing bridgehead pairs are upgraded to Exchange 2003 in a native mode org, they will use 8BITMIME data transfers instead of converting down to 7-bit. This equates to a considerable bytes on the wire saving over Routing Group Connectors.In native mode, the Exchange Store automatically ignores and removes zombie ACE entries (applicable if you previously had Exchange 5.5 in the organization).Click the Ask a question button in the lower leftsection of your screen to submit a question.
Advantages of Integration
Improved Scalability, Reliability and PerformanceWith Windows 20034 & 8 node clustering (Std and Advanced)Improved Virtual Memory ManagementSupport for the 3GB Switch in Windows 2003 Standard EditionActive Directory improvementsReplication traffic reductionADMT 2.0 migration toolReplicate from local media (CD)Improved Cluster Failover timeImproved Public Folder ReplicationIncreased Security and availability with IIS 6.0Support for Volume Shadow Copy Service(VSS)
Compatibility MatrixInteroperability with Windows ServerExchange Server fully supports Windows Server 2003 AD environments. Customers can use Exchange 5.5 SP3, Exchange 2000 SP2/SP3, and Exchange 2003 with Windows 2003 GCs and DCs.Exchange 2003 Server is the only version of Exchange supported to be run on Windows Server 2003
Exchange can be installed and run onSupported Active Directory EnvironmentsExchange VersionWindows Server 2000 Windows Server 2003Windows Server 2000Windows Server 2003Exchange 5.5 SP3YesNoYesYesExchange 2000 SP2YesNoYesYesExchange 2000 SP3YesNoYesYesExchange 2003Yes (W2K SP3)YesYes (W2K SP3)Yes
Server ConsolidationServer Consolidation for Exchange 2003 similar to Exchange 2000Exchange 5.5 customers will see similar consolidation opportunities for Exchange 2000/2003 (using Outlook 2000/2002/2003)Exchange 2000 customers will not see additional server consolidation improvements using Exchange 2003Additional Server Consolidation possible if using Outlook Web AccessClick the Ask a question button in the lower leftsection of your screen to submit a question.
Site / Network ConsolidationSite Consolidation for Exchange 5.5 & 2000 customers possibilities: If using Outlook 2000/2002, no site consolidation opportunityIf using Outlook 2003, it depends on: size of organization,Public Folder and Free Busy usage, and Outlook 2003 features enabled/disabled (Cached Mode, Offline Address Book size, drizzle mode) Site consolidation possible using all Outlook Web Access clients (using GZip)Network bandwidth reduction possible using Outlook 2003 Cached Exchange ModeAssume approx 30-40% network savingsEnd-users are shielded from network outagesEnd-users perform local searches faster than previous clientsRPC/HTTP removes requirement forRAS/VPN overhead
Consolidation: Roadmap for MigrationRedmond: 35 4-proc servers Backup to tape Offline restore 8 hours 800-1K users/server 50MB per userExchange 5.5Exchange 2000Redmond: 10 8-proc servers + SAN Backup to disk Online restore 1-2 hours/database 3K-3.5K users/server 100MB per userWorldwide: 117 physical sites Exchange server and DC in each site
Worldwide: (Projected)19 physical sitesES03 and Outlook 2003DC in every siteExchange 2003
Exchange 2003 Security
Exchange 2003 S