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can someone please provide me major difference between Exchange 2013 vs 2010.
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Difference between 2013 and 2010.

1) Number of roles are reduced from 5 to 2. Now we have only CAS and MBX Role.
2) No more EMC console. Now you have web based GUI and EMS.
3) OWA Offline feature. I will say this is best one.
4) Auto DAG reseeding. Again good one
5) No Public folder DB. Now we have Public folder mailbox and you can now have them Highly Available as well. PF was the biggest pain point in supporting Exchange.
6) Store service is written again in C#. Earlier if your store.exe crashes your exchange is down. Now with new design. It is not the case anymore.
7) Built in anti malware feature in 2013.
8) CAS is much more simplified now.
9) New Power shell commands. like Server Health check command. Gives you all details.
10) No more ExBPA
11) Bigger mailbox now supported in 2013. It was in 2010 too, however it much more improved in 2013.
12) Layer 4 Load Balancer now supported. Earlier it was Layer 7

These are few i can remember. Hope this will help.
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