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    Exchange Licence Question

    Hi All,

    Just a quick question -

    Can i use an Exchange 2013 license to cover a Exchange 2010 install?

    Thanks.

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    If it is a Volume one then yes, if it is a standalone I'm not sure.

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    Yea, should be fine, last time I was only able to get a 2013 license for 2010 as they had stopped selling 2010 ones.

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