How do I install Microsoft Exchange?

Install the Exchange Mailbox server role

  1. Download the latest version of version of Exchange.
  2. In File Explorer, right-click on the Exchange ISO image file that you downloaded, and then select Mount.
  3. The Exchange Server Setup wizard opens.
  4. The Copying Files page shows the progress of copying files to the local hard drive.

How do I know if Exchange is installed?

Run Get-ExchangeServer To verify that Exchange installed successfully, run the following commands in the Exchange Management Shell. To open the Exchange Management Shell, see Open the Exchange Management Shell.

How do I open Microsoft Exchange?

On the desktop or the Start screen, press Windows key + Q. In the Search charm, type Exchange Management Shell. When the shortcut appears in the results, you can select it. On the desktop or the Start screen, move your cursor to the upper-right corner, or swipe left from the right edge of the screen to show the charms.

How do I install Exchange PowerShell?

To install the EXO V2 module for the first time, complete the following steps:

  1. Install or update the PowerShellGet module as described in Installing PowerShellGet.
  2. Close and re-open the Windows PowerShell window.
  3. Now you can use the Install-Module cmdlet to install the EXO V2 module from the PowerShell Gallery.

How do I install Microsoft Exchange 2016 Step by Step full?

Download the Exchange 2016 installation files from the Microsoft Download Center. Log on to the computer on which you want to install Exchange 2016. Navigate to the network location of the Exchange 2016 installation files. Start Exchange 2016 Setup by double-clicking Setup executable.

Where is Exchange install path?

Use the same disk letter and path Use the same disk letters and folder paths as the original installation. The default for Exchange 2016 and Exchange 2013 is C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V15. The default for Exchange 2010 is C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V14.

How do I find my Microsoft Exchange Server?

Click “Tools > Options.” Click the “Mail Setup” tab located within “Options,” and then click “E-mail Accounts.” Click the “Change” button located above “Microsoft Exchange.” Locate the text next to “Microsoft Exchange Server.” You have now found the server name for Microsoft Exchange.