Posted February 09, 2018 05:32:03The new Microsoft-branded Exchange 2010 domains will be hosted on Microsoft Exchange, but this time around, you’ll have to create one on your own.
The new Exchange 2010 Microsoft Exchange 2016 domain will be the first of its kind to use Exchange 2010 instead of Exchange 2016.
It’s a step up from the first Microsoft-sponsored Exchange 2010 Exchange 2016 domains.
To create the new Microsoft domain, you have to first create a Microsoft Exchange 2007 domain, then rename the old Microsoft Exchange 2006 domain to a new Exchange 2007 Microsoft Exchange 2013 domain.
Microsoft recommends using Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, Exchange Server 2008, Exchange 2007 Exchange 2010 and Exchange 2010 Express editions to create the Exchange 2010 versions of the Microsoft Exchange domains.
Once you have a new domain name, you can then create a password-protected Exchange 2010 site on the new domain.
You can create a site with just the .com domain name and a password for the .net domain name.
Microsoft has a good write-up on the process of creating a new .com Exchange 2010-based domain here.
If you want to create your own domain name on your existing Exchange 2010 environment, you might want to check out the instructions here.
The new Exchange Exchange 2010 sites are available for purchase through the Microsoft Store, and the .NET domain name is available to purchase as well.
Microsoft also says that you can create your Exchange 2010 Site for free and set up your site on-premises by adding Exchange 2010 to the domain.
If all of that’s not enough for you, Microsoft has an additional step you can take to create and run your own Exchange 2010 server: You can use a custom Exchange 2010 installation image for your Exchange site.
For the time being, the new Exchange domain names are available to buy on the Microsoft Web site.