Introducing Exchange Server 2007

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Another new product name… bland as ever, but definitely preferable to something like Windows PowerShell is Exchange Server 2007. Actually, that one was pretty obvious back at the Exchange Server “12” Ignite training last month but as most of the information I was given there was protected by a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) I couldn’t say anything. At yesterday’s Microsoft Technical Forum event, the new product name was being used extensively (and Eileen Brown told me that my 4-week old E12 t-shirt was out of date… that’s Microsoft product names for you).

On a related note, I read on the Exchange team blog that Exchange Server is now ten years old. It seems like only yesterday I was one of the Microsoft partner representatives on the Exchange 4.0 Server UK launch tour (my first experience of working directly with Microsoft). Happy birthday Exchange Server.

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