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It seems that the release of the next version of Microsoft Exchange will follow the release of Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2.

Microsoft has announced a series of launce events for Exchange 2010, Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 all over USA.

The first event is by the end of September this year (September 24.) and Exchange 2010 is one of the products on this event.

As always here on IT-Pro Knowledge, we guess based on rumors. And the best guess for when we can get hold of the Exchange 2010 code, is some time early October

More updated Exchange 2010 news on IT-Pro Knowledge click here

For more info, see here:
http://www.microsoft.com/business/thenewefficiency/Miami/default.aspx

Rasmus & Joachim

0 Responses to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Release Date

  • I can't find anything about the release date of Exchange 2010 except this blog. Microsoft did said that it will release in the 2nd half of 2009. Now the RC1 was become availible from August 18th 2009 is there any chance the RTM will be released at the same launch event (+/- october 2009) as Windows 7 or Server2008 R2?

  • We here at IT-Pro Knowledge are just guessing the best we have learned, but we are convinced that Exchange 2010 will RTM this year, and it will not be December

    Rasmus

  • Exchange 2010 went RTM last week. That usually means within a month or two it will be available for purchase.

  • Do you know when the OCS Bits (R2) will be availble for the UM side of Exchange?

  • Hi Geoff.
    I’m not sure what parts you mean, but it should be straight forward to connect OCS 2007 R2 and Exchange 2010, but I have not yet done this. I have a case about Voicemail on Exchange 2010 next week , and I will update this blog in the subject.
    About Presence in OWA (or Outlook Web App) i have not yet seen this working.

    Rasmus

  • Hi, Folks.

    Exchange 2010 was released to Volume Licensing Customers Yesterday (8 Nov 2009).

    Regards.

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