The MS Exchange team released part 2 of their Exchange 2007 and Windows server 2008 series. Here is an excerpt I found interesting. It sums up the key benefits that you’ll see when deploying Exchange 2007 on a Windows server 2008 platform.
"Windows Server 2008 includes a number of improvements and enhancements that can directly benefit servers running Exchange 2007 SP1. There are many benefits to running Exchange 2007 SP1 on Windows Server 2008. Just to name a few:
- Support for multi-subnet failover clusters
- Faster log file shipping
- Reduced downtime for hardware maintenance
- Near-zero downtime when fixing NTFS corruption
- Greater scalability for Client Access servers that provide Outlook Anywhere services
- Easier deployment
- Support for IPv6"