The Department of Defense Enterprise Email (DEE) service aims at providing a more secure cloud-based email capability.
Enterprise Email is designed for increasing operational efficiency, but also facilitating collaboration across different organizational functions.
This is actually intended for the 1.5 million AKO accounts users.
DEE also supports the global address list (GAL) that is scaled for supporting 10 million objects including Do D common access card holders (CACs) as well as non-person entities (NPEs).
If you need help with common Do D Enterprise Email Issues, check out the DISA Enterprise Collaboration Management User FAQ or the Do D Enterprise FAQ Page.
Additional information on the Enterprise Email Migration can be found here.
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My new server will run Server 2008 with Exchange 2010.
Just for a "worst case scenario" I've put in some public folders and I've got some Outlook 2003 clients. Make sure before you start, you have the Exchange 2010 media and unlock code, you don't want to download the media on a site with a slow internet connection, (at time of writing the disk image is 1GB in size). If your existing domain controllers are all x32, and you are also upgrading domain controllers, during the process, Then you will be extending the domain schema (i.e.
DEE will thus enable and ensure different agencies to share information among different geographically dispersed, organizationally diverse virtual groups more easily and more effectively.
There are many benefits of using DEE including: — Securing email access anywhere, anytime and from any place either through stationary or mobile — Coordinating efforts through sharing calendars across the Do D enterprise including individual, organizational and even resource calendars — Reducing email cost through the elimination of unnecessary administration as well as ineffective resource utilization, focusing resources to other priorities — Replicating data among the DECCs to ensure secured and widely available communications Thereby, DEE is designed for email capability deployment support.