You have an Exchange Server organization. The organization contains four servers. The servers configured as
shown in the following table.
You plan to upgrade the organization to Exchange Server 2016.
You need to identify which functionalities from the current environment can be implemented in Exchange
What should you identify? To answer, select the appropriate options in the answer area.
Box 1: No
Discontinued features from Exchange 2013 to Exchange 2016 include:
The MAPI/CDO library has been replaced by Exchange Web Services (EWS), Exchange ActiveSync (EAS),
and Representational State Transfer (REST)* APIs. If an application uses the MAPI/CDO library, it needs to
move to EWS, EAS, or the REST APIs to communicate with Exchange 2016.
Box 2: Yes
Public folders are available in the following Outlook clients: Outlook on the web for Exchange 2016, Outlook
2007 or later, and Outlook for Mac.
Box 3: Yes
Content filtering evaluates inbound email messages by assessing the probability that the messages are
legitimate or spam. Unlike other filtering technologies, the content filtering uses characteristics from a
statistically significant sample of legitimate messages and spam to make its determination. Content filtering in
Exchange Server 2016 is provided by the Content Filter agent, and is basically unchanged from Exchange
Box 4: No
In Exchange 2010, you use managed folders for messaging retention management (MRM). In Exchange 2016,
managed folders aren’t supported. You must use retention policies for MRM.