difference between exchange 2007 and exchange 2013?

difference between exchange 2007 and exchange 2013?
Ahmed Solimanstudy in college of computer technologiesAsked:
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TopLevel summary its a complete change in Architecture and Recommended guidance for implmentation

Servers installed as MultiRole - no longer CAS/Hub/MBX
Admin interface is powershell and Web UI
MBX Database resilience is redesigned
Storage engine redesigned meaning you can run off cheaper/slower storage
Ahmed Solimanstudy in college of computer technologiesAuthor Commented:
Thank yu
Pete LongTechnical ConsultantCommented:
2007 to 2013 was a major change, They tend to do that every two revisions, 2000/2003, 2007/2010, and 2013/2016
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AmitIT ArchitectCommented:
I would not say difference, you rather see this as an improvement with every version Microsoft brings to its customer. Like CCR was the back-bone for DAG in Exchange 2010 and it continued till 2013/2016 also.
Ahmed Solimanstudy in college of computer technologiesAuthor Commented:
I agree with that
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