Exchange 2010 offers users single inbox access to voice mail and e-mail, and allows IT to manage both systems from a single platform.
Exchange 2010 delivers integrated archive functionality, including archiving, granular multi-mailbox search, item-level retention policies, and instant legal hold, significantly easing the regulatory compliance and discovery burden for administrators.
Exchange 2010 provides IT administrators with a new level of control, while granting users virtually anywhere access to a truly universal inbox that includes e-mail, voice mail, desktop RSS, SMS messages, and saved IM conversations.
Exchange 2010 offers users who are away from their desks a rich Web-based messaging experience on all three major Web browsers: Internet Explorer, Safari, and Firefox.
Exchange 2010 reduces the burden on IT professionals by providing a role-based administration model that allows task delegation to users outside IT boundaries.
Exchange Server 2010 offers administrators a wide range of storage options, to help them provide large mailboxes at low cost without sacrificing system availability.
Exchange Server 2010 builds on the native replication capabilities introduced in Exchange Server 2007 to provide a simplified, unified framework for high availability and disaster recovery.
Exchange 2010 builds on information protection and control functionality in Exchange 2007, including the ability to intercept, moderate, encrypt ,and block e-mail effectively.