Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 is Code Complete

According to the MSExchangeTeam blog, Exchange 2010 is going RTM today. And so begins the next chapter of Exchange Server. Do I cloud? Do I DAG? Do I UM? Do I bother?

"We are happy to announce that Exchange 2010 is Code Complete!  Our senior leadership team has signed off on the final code, and it has been sent to our early adopters for one final look before its public release. This Release to Manufacturing (RTM) milestone means we are on our way to general availability"

William Lefkovics

William Lefkovics on October 8, 2009 at 10:30 AM in Articles
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i thing u DAG

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Hooray, it's just another release that we could use to pressure our bosses to dump the jurassic software they are using and go with the times!

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