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December 8, 2006

Microsoft’s Exchange 2007 released to manufacturing

Posted by David Hunter at 7:48 AM ET.

The last of the big three products from the big Nov. 30 launch has been released to manufacturing according to Terry Myerson at The Microsoft Exchange Team Blog:

This morning, we signed off Exchange 2007 for release to you!

We’ve bet the company on this product. Here at Microsoft, we have over 120,000 mailboxes running in production on Exchange 2007 – exceeding our SLA of 99.95% availability. Likewise, over 200 Technology Adoption Partners and Rapid Deployment Partners have over 55,000 mailboxes in production operating within their enterprise SLA’s.

In addition to taking the time to ensure this software was rock solid for you, we’ve invested more time in documentation and deployment guidance than we have for any other release previously. Please do check it out and let us know if we’re missing something you need.

See also the Microsoft Exchange Server home page. Exchange 2007 has a number of enhancements, but the most notable new attribute is that it is for 64-bit versions of Windows Server 2003 only.

Filed under Exchange, Microsoft, OS - Server, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2

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    [...] A little more than 8 months after Exchange 2007 was released to manufacturing, Microsoft today announced a technology preview for Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1 (SP1). Among the new features: [...]

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