OS X Server: Advanced Administration: Services: “Services
OS X Server can provide services to Mac, Windows, and UNIX computers, and to iOS devices such as iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. You use the Server app to turn on the services you want to provide, customize service settings, and turn off services you don’t need.
Calendar service provides shared calendars, so users can check each other’s availability, book conference rooms, and schedule meetings and events.
Contacts service provides centralized contact information.
DNS service provides domain names for other computers.
File sharing service lets users store and share folders and files on the server.
FTP service gives users a simple way to move files and folders to and from your server.
Mail service lets users send and receive email on your local network and the Internet using any email app or, optionally, a web browser.
Messages service lets users collaborate by chatting and sharing information.
NetInstall lets you manage the installation of OS X onto multiple computers.
Open Directory service helps you integrate your server with an existing directory services implemetation or provide advanced directory services in your organization for implementing technologies like RADIUS.
Profile Manager service lets you manage mobile devices and distribute configuration profiles that set up users’ Mac computers and iOS devices to use your server.
With Software Update service, you can host and manage which Apple-provided software updates are available to computers in your organization.
Time Machine service lets users back up their Mac computers on your server’s disk.
VPN service gives users secure remote access to your server and network via the Internet.
Websites service lets you publish custom websites.
Wiki service lets users share information using wikis, blogs, and web calendars.
Xsan service lets you create a shared storage area network (SAN) on your local network.