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    Exchange 2010

    Dear James,

    There is a better way to accomplish more. Now you can get your job done with less effort and more confidence.

    Microsoft® Exchange Server 2010 is the new messaging and collaboration solution that helps IT Professionals achieve new levels of reliability with greater flexibility, improved user access, and increased protection of company communications.

    Flexible and Reliable—Exchange Server 2010 gives you the flexibility to tailor your deployment based on your company’s unique needs and a simplified way to help keep e-mail continuously available for your users.

    Anywhere Access—Exchange Server 2010 helps your users get more done by giving them the freedom to securely access all of their communications—e-mail, voice mail, instant messaging, and more—from virtually any platform, Web browser, or device.

    Protection and Compliance—Exchange Server 2010 delivers integrated information, loss prevention, and compliance tools aimed at helping you simplify.

    Try the new Exchange Server 2010 Beta

    Bring simplicity and power to your company’s messaging and communications. Get the Exchange Server 2010 Beta today at Technet Evaluation Center.

    Thanks
    Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Team
    Just received this email, so who is going to be the first to give it ago then ?

    James.

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    Lol no thanks we are still using 2003

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    I was planning on taking MCP on 2007 and converting to MCITP... guess i'll wait >_< - still, if i can get ahold of it I will have to play with it

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    Thanks for that!
    I'm downloading now
    If no one else has beaten me to it (and done a better job) then I'll post a mini review and a few screenshots soon.

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    I am doing the same this evening, RACE !!

    although knowing my luck something will come up and i wont get round to it lol

    James.

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    You may well win the race...
    I've just looked over the min spec at Exchange 2010 System Requirements - sadly my home computer won't be up to it (unless I can lay my hands on the x32 version somehow!)

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    Woo! i have no issue's with that

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    Lol rub it in why don't you! I do desperately need a home computer upgrade!

    .... I wonder if (as I'm technically doing this to benefit work as well as interest me) work might finance a new one for me?! ....I'm the budget holder - so it could - I'm just not sure how comfortable I'd feel about explaining it!!

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    I'll PM You, Dont want to take this Off Topic

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    Quote Originally Posted by mb2k01 View Post
    You may well win the race...
    I've just looked over the min spec at Exchange 2010 System Requirements - sadly my home computer won't be up to it (unless I can lay my hands on the x32 version somehow!)
    Sorry @mb2k01! There will be no x32 version since microsoft are moving all server platforms to x64 (starting with Server 2008 R2 - x64 only) - Time to upgrade!!

    It's interesting, this is exactly the same thing I have been using for my email for the past 6 months (with LCS), works perfectly though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by binky View Post
    Sorry @mb2k01! There will be no x32 version since microsoft are moving all server platforms to x64 (starting with Server 2008 R2 - x64 only) - Time to upgrade!!
    It's interesting, this is exactly the same thing I have been using for my email for the past 6 months (with LCS), works perfectly though!
    There's supposedly an x32 version for testing/training, but agree about deployment - I think it's entirely suitable to ensure it's on x64 only.

    Having read a lot of info and watched a couple of vids this product looks fantastic! So much more on offer than 2007 (speaking as a 2003 user/cert!). Proper unified messaging and by the sounds of it, far easiler licensing - particulaly for schools!

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    Blimey how many product updates do Microsoft wanna do... not everyone is on 2007 (we are and love it ) yet let alone 2010!!!

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    I definitely think Microsoft need to change their approach. They're still releasing new server products far too often. I think an Exchange 2007 R2 would be more appropriate. Just how many new features are there going to be in Exchange 2010 over Exchange 2007?

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    I'm trying to look at this Exchange 2010 at work and it's just being a massive pain in Server 2k8.

    Is it going to be ok joining the Domain then removing it later? It's asking me to update the Schema now, is that wise or will i tbreak my network when I remove it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrforgetful View Post
    I'm trying to look at this Exchange 2010 at work and it's just being a massive pain in Server 2k8.

    Is it going to be ok joining the Domain then removing it later? It's asking me to update the Schema now, is that wise or will i tbreak my network when I remove it?
    I would not install this in a production environment. Schema updates are nonreversible.

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