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    Not us thanks - we wouldn't want to downgrade from Zimbra

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    Thought so, cheers.


    Just a pain havint to effectively setup a complete Domain just to try this out!

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    I made the mistake of upgrading to 2007 too early only to find many missing features and instability in the initial release. They sorted it with the service pack but it was frustrating at the time.

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    I wouldn't worry about Exchange 2010 until well after the Olympics

    Don't test anything as big as Exchange on your main network! Get a few spare machines and set up a test network you can safely trash if it goes wrong
    Last edited by gshaw; 24th April 2009 at 12:18 PM.

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    Exchange 2010 RC up according to an MS email I got this morning....

    looks like this could be out rather soon.

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    Yes i also received an email this morning informing me it is available for download:

    Evaluation: Evaluate Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Release Candidate today

    After that let them know your experience and thoughts using #Exch2010UK on Twitter

    James.

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    Despite the email from MS and going round the site... Exchange 2010 RC is actually up now...

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    Look forward to running this in a production environment, had the beta off technet for ages but never used it, but due to moving to a fully Exchange 2k7 setup over the next few days (staff and students ... not just staff like before) it may be worth taking a look for future upgrades.

    I definetly would keep it off the main network though ...

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    Exchange 2010 is Code Complete and on its way to General Availability

    It's official: Exchange 2010 is on track for its launch event at TechEd Europe in a month's time.

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    Screenies yet James?

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    I forgot I posted here - only found this when searching for Exchange 2010 lol.

    Does anyone know the office release date? (Or at least the date it will be available to volume licensing customers?)

    I'm pretty much at a crossroads production-wise. Existing Exchange 2003 server is aging fast, and now have the option to install on new hardware or even virtualise - but don't really want to use new hardware for 2003 enviroment, and would prefer not to move to 2007 only for 2010 to come out a few months down the line!

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    Exchange 2010 is code complete, and the launch event is next week at Tech.Ed Europe. I would strongly recommend holding out a little longer.

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    Yeah i would also hold out until 2010, it's not long now and you will be better of for it!

    will be better for when you look at the other 2010 packages being released next yr

    J

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    A couple of things that sound good

    OWA (Outlook Web Access) support for Internet Explorer (IE) 7 and 8, Firefox 3, and Safari 3.
    Exchange Server 2010 is light on wholesale changes and heavy on refinements. On top of noteworthy enhancements for Outlook users, new features also make the operator's life easier -- without introducing entirely new ways of doing things. So if the standby continuous replication feature in Exchange 2007 SP1 improved your operations, or you've been migrating your contractors' e-mail accounts from in-house Exchange 2007 servers to Exchange Online to reduce costs, you'll find much to like in Exchange 2010 as well.

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    haha - I must be the only one then.

    I've managed to get hold of Exchange Server 2010 (RTM\Final) Installed it on a HP DL380 (I think), installed and configured it all, Console is alot better, more responsive, some new features, OWA is not called OWA now.............Outlook WebApp....................

    Apart from that........thats it.

    Enjoy!

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