First start going through Architecture change in Exchange 2013 from its previous versions
and we will go in a step by step process so that we can cover all the topics in Exchange 2013
I have inserted the Guided Lab links provided by Microsoft. So that you can get to know about the new features introduced in Exchange 2013
1.Deploying Site Mailboxes
2.Creating Data Loss Prevention Policies
3.Testing Data Loss Prevention Policies
4.Performing an In-Place Discovery and Hold in Exchange
5.Performing eDiscovery Using SharePoint
Then Learn about the Minimum System Requirements – Setup a Lab if possible in hyper-v or some Virtual box
Minimum System Requirements and Forest Functional Level for Exchange 2013
Go through the below article and get to know how to install Exchange 2013 in Different Operating systems
How to Install Exchange 2013 on Windows Server 2012
Installing Exchange 2013 on Windows Server 2008 R2 Sp1
Check the Replacement of Exchange Management Console to Exchange Admin Center
How to Login to Exchange Administration Center (EAC) in Exchange 2013
Check out the architecture change of Public Folders in Exchange 2013 and Check how you can deploy them effectively
Exchange 2013 – Public Folders – Architecture -Part 1
Exchange 2013 – Public Folders – Creating and Managing -Part 2
Exchange 2013 – Public Folders – Features -Part 3
How to Recover Public Folder Items in Exchange 2013
Check how offline address book generation process changed over from Exchange 2010 and its increased high availability
How offline Address books works in Exchange 2013
Hope you already watched the Ediscovery guided labs and also see how you can do a proximity Search in Exchange 2013
How to do a Proximity Search Using In-Place eDiscovery (NEAR) Operator in Exchange 2013
For Latest Exchange 2013 Articles
Learn How to configure internal Certificate authority and how to configure Certificates in Exchange 2013
Configuring 3rd Party SSL Exchange Certificate in Exchange 2013
How to use a internal Windows CA (Certificate Authority) in Windows 2012 with Exchange 2013
check out how to configure High availability in Exchange 2013
How to create a Database Availability Group in Exchange 2013
let me know if you need any additional info so that we can add them
Thanks Sunder !
Nice post. Thnak you for consolidating all in one place
Thank you for your comments Manu !
Good to see you working on new technologies and sharing it
Thanks Amit !!
No words to say you Thanks, but you know that good work is always more work.
I have to start a new deployment where we have to deploy exchange 2013 and have to migrate it from existing Exchange 2007. please post some helping steps and approach which can be followed for the same.
Thank you for your Comments Sushil !!. As of now You cannot Install Exchange 2007 and Exchange 2013 RTM in the same environment Yet.
As a Rollup is yet to get release to Support Coexistence between Exchange 2007 and Exchange 2013 RTM ..Once its released. I Would start Testing and release the documents. Thank you !
Fine, but there must be some way out, as Microsoft has agreed to it with one the customer. customer is already having exchange 2007 and we have to deploy Exchange 2013 and after migrating all the users on new Ex setup we have to decommission the Exchange 2007 server.
I am getting the same answer from all over the web discussions…
There are some TAP customers for Microsoft . Who already began testing process. They are in a bug fix process as of now. Once the migration bugs are fixed and other minor bugs. Exchange 2010 SP3 and Exchange 2007 Sp3 latest RU will be released to the public soon. !
No words to say you Thanks. best document for learning.
Thanks for detailed info w.r.t. 2K13
Thank you Prakash,
Thanks Satheshwaran, Its very helpful!!!
Thanks… It’s helped me lots