Applies to: Exchange Server 2013
Topic Last Modified: 2013-02-27
Welcome to Microsoft Exchange Server 2013! We know you're eager to get started, but there are a few things you should be aware of before you start working with Exchange 2013 and using this content.
- If you want a quick overview of what's new in Exchange 2013,
check out What's
New in Exchange 2013.
- If you want to learn more about Exchange 2013, check out the
Exchange Server 2013 TechCenter.
- If you need more help or want to share ideas, the Exchange Server forums are a great place to start.
- To get started with Exchange 2013, head for Planning and
Deployment. It lays out the recommended sequence for preparing
for and then installing Exchange 2013 and includes the following
2013 System Requirements
Active Directory and Domains
Exchange 2013 Using the Setup Wizard
Exchange 2013 Using Unattended Mode
2013 Post-Installation Tasks
Also, be sure to look at the Exchange Server Deployment Assistant, or ExDeploy, a Web-based tool that can help you with your Exchange deployment. For more information, see Exchange Server 2013 Deployment Assistant.
Important: Make sure you read Release Notes for Exchange 2013 before you begin your deployment. The release notes contain important information about issues you might run into during and after your deployment.
- Exchange 2013 System Requirements
- You can download Exchange 2013 from the TechNet Evaluation
Center at Microsoft Exchange Server 2013.
Exchange 2013 Help
The Help content for Exchange 2013 consists of the following top-level categories:
- What's New
in Exchange 2013
- Planning and
Policy and Compliance
and Anti-Malware Protection
Addresses and Address Books
- Clients and
- Mailbox and
Client Access Servers
Availability and Site Resilience
Admin Center in Exchange 2013
Health and Performance
|Check out our other Exchange content:
Exchange Server 2013 Hybrid Deployments
Exchange Online Protection
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