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The release of Exchange Server 2010 and the more recent release of Exchange Server 2010 SP1 has many companies transitioning to this new release; wanting to explore some of the new inherent features within Exchange. Why are people so interested in trying the newest version of Exchange? For one, prior versions of Exchange Server did not have specific email archiving features inherently built in. It actually relied on the journaling features to do the work traditional email archives perform, which was often not adequate for organizations needing to enforce robust policies for legal, compliance or storage purposes. Exchange Server 2010 is the first version of Exchange that has included a native email archiving feature.
It is a Sherpa Software recommendation and best practice that our current and prospective customers look into all the features available to them within Exchange and determine for themselves whether those features will be sufficient. In some cases, they are enough. In many cases, we hear from our customers that the native email archiving features in Exchange 2010 are not adequate for organizations needing to enforce robust policies. As with many first attempts, major limitations to the functionality of Exchange 2010 exist, and therefore, should be understood before deploying it.
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