What is Microsoft Exchange?

Microsoft Exchange – also known as Microsoft Exchange Server – is a mail server for Windows developed by Microsoft. It includes a calendaring software and a contact manager.

Exchange is available as an installation package for Windows Server – or included in some Windows Server editions – and as a cloud solution named Exchange Online.

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