Microsoft is upping up the ante with the continued distribution of public betas. After Windows Vista, Internet Explorer 7.0, Microsoft Office 2007, the firm has today announced availability of the public betas of Exchange Server 2007 and the new Forefront Security for Exchange Server.
Exchange Server 2007 builds on the leading e-mail, messaging and calendaring server with new features for improved security, remote and mobile access, compliance management, and unified messaging.
This version of Exchange Server includes several new enhancements, including advanced built-in protection to improve e-mail reliability, management tools that help reduce the cost of running messaging environments, new mobility features, and unified messaging capabilities.
Forefront Security for Exchange Server helps provide advanced protection against viruses, worms and spam, and is the first product available under the recently announced Microsoft Forefront brand for business security products.
In addition, Forefront Security provides advanced protection, optimized performance and centralized management and will help customers to deploy and maintain a secure messaging environment.
Exchange Server 2007 beta 2 is available for download here, and Forefront Security for Exchange Server beta can be downloaded from here.