Windows Server 2008 R2 Thread, Exchange 2007 SP3 out - allows install on 2008R2 in Technical; So if you'd been cursing that lone 2003/2008 server in your shiny 2008 R2 deployment...
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21st June 2010, 10:59 PM #1
Exchange 2007 SP3 out - allows install on 2008R2
21st June 2010, 11:52 PM #2
Are people really going to move Exchange 2007 from 2003/2008 to 2008R2? Suppose it's takes all sorts to make a world but I'm not sure I couldn't be bothered to do that as opposed to going to Exchange 2010 (or maybe it's successor) on 2008R2 some rainy day.
So if you'd been cursing that lone 2003/2008 server in your shiny 2008 R2 deployment...
22nd June 2010, 09:21 AM #3
Dunno. There's been a few "we're upgrading to 2008R2 across the board......well, except for Exchange, which isn't supported yet, Grr" type posts on here and other forums.
Ours is on 2008 and I can't really see a reason to shift it to R2. If you were running virtual, had a lot of exchange servers on 2003 and everthing else was R2 and wanted to use memory / disk dedupe it may be worth it. But having said that, the primary ram use is holding the data store, which wouldn't dedupe well.
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