Not just provisioning, our hosted Exchange control panel provides a complete automation and orchestration solution for delivering Exchange services. With its responsive and user-friendly UI, providers and enterprises alike can create and manage their mail domains, mailboxes, distribution lists, public folders and much more in an organized manner. This module comes not only with a comprehensive self-serve portal for all administrative tiers but also for resellers, sub-resellers and clients, allowing them to manage a full suite of services.
Hosting Controller Exchange Module is also unique in delivering software support for diverse platforms. With this module service providers and enterprises can run Exchange 2019, 2016 and 2013 simultaneously in the same cluster, based on their customer requirements.
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Manage accepted domains of different types.
Define distribution lists for distributing messages.
Manage resource mailboxes of the type room and equipment.
Core benefits of Exchange Management Module for service providers
Provides complete multi-tenancy
Self-service portal for each individual tier
Easy to rebrand, White-labelled offering
Upscale of Exchange resources anytime
Extreme focus on UX and UI
Provision for CAS/MBX H.A and site resilience
Choose from a wide range of supported versions.
Hosting Controller very well understands the need for an overtly simple and easy-to-understand installation procedure. To drive home the point, it allows a most simplified installation flow. All you need is to specify a hypothetical server in the panel and assign it a friendly name. This is not a physical server and has no physical existence. It only serves as an identifier. In reality the Control Server communicates with the actual Exchange server directly via Remote PowerShell, without any need of an HC installation on the Exchange infrastructure itself. This not only serves the purpose of keeping the Exchange environment as secluded as possible but also eliminates the need of unwarranted installations on the Exchange infrastructure.
Control Server is the server with the Primary installer and constitutes the backbone of HC10. It's responsible for provisioning, database, system and task scheduler operations.
Complete the configurations by logging on as Admin. Specify a hypothetical server in the panel and designate it a Friendly Name. Next specify the IP and Admin credentials for the actual Exchange server.
The Control Server connects to the actual Exchange servers via Remote PowerShell for the purpose of provisioning, without any need of an HC installation on the Exchange server itself. Hit the "Check Connectivity" button to verify the connection and start experiencing the agility of a world class Exchange automation and control solution.