Microsoft Exchange is the most popular E-Mail Messaging Server that runs on Microsoft Servers. It enables an organization to configure and host email and collaboration services with their own domain (e.g., xyz.com i.e., [email protected]). It is installed on a Windows Server Platform and provides the server-side services and features.
Microsoft Outlook is the client used by an end user on a domain joined machine or workstation that takes services from Exchange Server. With Outlook Client a user can store, receive & send E-mails inside & outside the organization. It also provides features like Calendar to book an appointment or meeting with co-mates, Contacts of all users in an organization at one place, Tasks Management for To-Do Tasks in a prioritized way.
All the above features of Outlook Client are user friendly and easy to grasp by any new user that he becomes used to them. Hence Exchange Server has gained so much popularity and is the foremost choice for any organization in today’s world.
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