February 28, 2020

Exchange Server 2020 – How to Make Use of New Features

Exchange Server 2020 is the latest version of Microsoft’s Exchange email system. This new version of Exchange has many new features that make it easier to manage. In this article we will discuss how to use this new version of Exchange to benefit from its many new features.

The biggest change in the Exchange 2020 version is that it has changed its email address format. Previous versions of the Exchange server would automatically change the display name when it imported a message. However, with Exchange 2020 the changes in the display name are automatic and this means you can change the display name of an email address.

Mail received from other users can now be viewed in the same view as that which the user is currently using. For example, if you are using the Office Outlook webapp and receive a message from someone who has a separate account then this message will be displayed in the Outlook webapp. If you were using the Calendar application then this message would appear in the Calendar application. Previously this functionality was only available for users who have different accounts.

In the new version of Exchange server there is also the ability to create a new mailbox from a username. All you need to do is select the message that you want to send then select the ‘Mail To’ option. The Exchange Server will then ask if you want to add the message to the new mailbox. If you choose yes then this message will be added to the existing mailbox.

Mailboxes can now be set to a group. Grouping your mailboxes into groups makes it easier to manage mailboxes. When a user opens an email it is divided up into groups and sent to the appropriate mailbox. This works very well because when a user searches for a topic they will only see a list of messages with a group. Grouping your mailboxes into groups also makes it easier to search for particular groups of messages.The next new feature that comes with the version of Exchange Server 2020 is the capability to create ‘From’ folders. The ‘From’ folder is where all messages that originate on your server will go after being opened. The name of the ‘From’ folder is determined by the name of the sender but it can be named anything that you want.

With the previous version of Exchange Server the ‘To’ folder only included messages that were received from your server. However, this feature is now a built in part of the new version.

Messages that are deleted from your server will also go into the ‘To’ folder. After you delete a message the message will go into the ‘To’ folder. You can manually edit the ‘To’ folder or move messages into it.

The next thing that has been added is the ability to import, export and share mailbox lists. This capability will allow you to import lists from different clients, such as, and This will be very useful if you work with many clients or you have more than one Exchange Server.

You can also now export your data in Excel format. This is very useful if you want to save your Exchange Server data in a format that you can edit and use again. This capability will make your Data Management easy because you can export your data in a format that you can edit and use again.

By exporting your data into a format that you can edit you will be able to edit your mailbox. The ability to export allows you to re-use information from one message to another without having to use many different formats to do so. This means that you can use the data that you receive from or other clients to help you create more personalized message and to re-use your message in other messages.

Using the Exchange Server 2020 feature that allows you to create groups is a great way to organize your mailboxes. If you want to make a custom hierarchy then you will find that this feature is perfect for you. Not only does it allow you to do this but it allows you to assign custom permissions to different users.

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