Thu, Jul 19 2012 23:49
Throwing out a dumb idea
Exchange 2013 public folders will be implemented as special mailboxes in the organization. Although public folder content isn't replicated as it was in the old model, because it's based in a mailbox, you can give this content the full availability and protection afforded by database availability groups (DAGs).
Now what have they done with Exchange?
So let me throw out a dumb question. If the Exchange folks actually wanted to code an on premise box that was geared towards small businesses ... an Exchange express version similar to how SQL express is coded up...what would you think is reasonable to do to have a "small enterprise" version of Exchange?
If you could do anything you wanted to, how would you code up Exchange? With the assumption that you could not have it all, and had to make compromises, what would you say is a reasonable list of items that you'd consider must haves and then like to have but don't have to have in terms of Exchange?
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