Found 3 file extension associations related to Exchange Server and 2 file formats developed specifically for use with Exchange Server.
Platform, operating system: Microsoft Windows
Go to: Exchange Server description
Developer: Microsoft Corporation
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Developer / company: Microsoft
Microsoft Exchange Server has been designed specifically to meet these challenges and address the needs of the different groups who have a stake in the messaging system. The new capabilities of Microsoft Exchange Server deliver the advanced protection your company demands, the anywhere access your people want, and the operational efficiency you, in IT, need.
Built-in Protection:Exchange Server includes built-in protection with features like Edge Transport, Hosted Filtering Integration, and anti-spam filtering and extensibility for antivirus protection.
Anywhere Access:Exchange Server offers features that allow you and your employees anywhere access to e-mail, calendaring, and more.
Operational Efficiency:Exchange Server helps IT professionals administer, automate, and deploy more efficiently.
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Exchange Server default file extension associations
Other file extensions associated with Exchange Server
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