Getting Ready for the Exchange 2010 Launch


Three weeks ago we announced that Exchange 2010 was code complete. As we get ready for launch, we're seeing some amazing results from our early adopter customers. Julia White, Director of Exchange Marketing, shares some of these early highlights on the Unified Communications Blog.

Check out her post and see how Exchange 2010 (and you) can do the work of 4 or 5 other servers - and do it better and more cost-effectively.

Comments (14)
  1. Rob says:

    Anything in particular holding the code from being released on TechNET/MSDN?

    Got my RC server telling me that there are 54 days left before I need to enter a key and there is no key available for the RC.

  2. Martin says:

    I too wish to know when we can get it from MSDN.

  3. lee says:

    Aye, Any word on the release date yet?

  4. Oleg says:

    "Code complete", but still very buggy (as usually until sp1) ;)

  5. Gabriel says:

    When RTM will be available at MSDN ?

  6. Keosaki says:

    Oleg, the Ex 2010 will be diffrenet than its predecessors.

    There are around 5 million mailboxes already running on Ex2010.

  7. Anthony says:

    Any word on MSDN release date guys?

  8. ProximusAl says:

    Try running eseutil /d on a new public folder a few times.  You’ll find it buggy.  It increases rather than shrinks

  9. NoDramas says:

    At New Zealand’s Tech-Ed said they said they were up to 13 million mailboxes running on Exchange Online.

  10. Steven says:

    Good to hear, but when we can get it from MSDN?

  11. Gabriel says:

    Exchange 2010 is taking more time to go to MSDN than Windows 7!!

  12. don24 says:

    Why just don’t download it anywhere else?

    Microsoft just fired 5000 people, I wouldn’t feel bad about it….

  13. Matt P says:

    The Exchange 2010 ISO is now available on MSDN!

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