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Microsoft does a 180 on Exchange 2007 support (in a good way)

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    Microsoft does a 180 on Exchange 2007 support (in a good way)



    After notifying customers and partners that Exchange Server 2007 wouldn’t be able to run on Windows Server 2008 R2, the latest version of WIndows Server, the Exchange team has reversed its decision.

    In a posting on the Exchange Team Blog, Microsoft officials said they’d heard the negative feedback loud and clear. Customers didn’t want to be forced to move to Exchange 2010 before they were ready, just so as to be able to run a version of Exchange on Windows Server 2008 R2.

    Full story : HERE

    With thanks to Notes_Bloke for this one !
     
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