Exchange Server 2013 is the version of Microsoft Exchange that went RTM on October 11, 2012. It replaced Exchange Server 2010. Exchange Server is the email server product developed by Microsoft, and (most notably), integrates calendaring and contact management software with its email functionality.
Notable new features and changes in Exchange Server 2013 include:
- EMC (Exchange Management Console) has been replaced by a Web-based Exchange Administrative Center (EAC).
- Offline support in Outlook Web Access
- Site Mailboxes (Allows SharePoint documents and emails to be integrated with each other)
- Outlook and OWA integration with apps from the Office marketplace
- Data Loss Prevention (DLP)
- This is actually a data-leakage protection capability, and DLP policies are based on regulatory standards, including PII and PCI.
- Public folders are now stored in mailbox databases