I went through the MS Exchange Team blog post http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2009/10/08/452775.aspx titled “Exchange 2010 is Code Complete and on its way to General Availability”.
It’s nice to hear that Exchange 2010 is Code Complete & it has been sent to early adopters for one final look before its public release. This Release to Manufacturing (RTM) milestone – way to general availability and the launch at Tech·Ed Europe 2009 (http://www.microsoft.com/europe/teched/) in early November. Wow, good job!!
Top ten reasons for Upgrade:
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 is designed to deliver increased protection for your business and give anywhere access for your employees, while being operationally efficient to deploy, manage and maintain. Should you upgrade? Here are ten reasons for you to consider. http://www.microsoft.com/exchange/2007/evaluation/topreasons.mspx
Technical resources available:
To try, you have three options:
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Please review the Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 system requirements before you proceed. The Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 RC software is available in the following language: English
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