Exchange Team starting to ‘lift the lid’ on Exchange 14

As folks that are signed up for Exchange Labs through Live@edu may know, the underlying technology for the email solution is Exchange 14.  This is the forth-coming version of Microsoft Exchange, which will ship from us at some point in the near future.  Exchange 2007 is Exchange 12 (in case you did not know)… so where is Exchange 13?  Well, just like many buildings do not have a 13th floor, and the fact that many people put their right shoe on first or don’t walk under ladders, the reason becomes apparent.  Personally I often walk under ladders, with only a left shoe on 🙂

Anyway, KC Lemson and Jim Lucey have just recorded a video and blogged on Exchange 14, and in it they outline many of the features that our education customers have come to love over the last few months; they even do some demos.  If you are still on the fence about the program, or are simply curious, I recommend you take a look…I am sure you will agree that we are doing some really cool things here. As we get closer to release, this will only get better still.

In the post, Jim and KC call out the Live@edu program in a big way, and mention customers (Go Coos Bay!).  They also throw out an impressive stat:

"Today, more than 3.5 million people (students, faculty, staff, alumni) in more than 1,500 schools are using E14 through Exchange Labs, and we are adding more every day."

I visit the MSEXCHANGETEAM blog often. From today, if you are interested in what is in the pipeline with Exchange 14, I recommend you do the same 🙂

Enjoy!

Jonny

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