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Worth upgrading to Exchange 2003? - 15.Oct.2003 11:38:00 AM   


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Hi there,
We're a quite small company (about 40 employees) that still runs Exchange server 5.5 (on Windows 2000 Server). We didn't saw enough reasons to upgrade to Exchange 2000. Now Exchange 2003 is released and we're investigating an upgrade again.

It would be interesting to hear your comments on Exchange 2003 - Is it worth upgrading? Is it stabile? Any other comments?

And one more quick question - Is it possible to run Outlook 2002 against an Exchange 2003 Server? I've only seen information about Outlook 2003 on Microsofts site...

Thanks for advice!
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RE: Worth upgrading to Exchange 2003? - 16.Oct.2003 6:25:00 AM   


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Yes 2003 is worth the upgrade. Its stable solid and has mobility built right into it with OMA and all the rich features of office 2003.

Office XP willwork you need to get the latest SP from the office update site.

But I will say htis its worth the upgrade to outlook 2003 I PROMISE YOU THAT. thast the best mail client Microsoft has generated yet. I have running it before public beta and its awesome!

(in reply to dgena)
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