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Noteworthy Beta: Outlook/Exchange Exam

Beta testing for the Designing and Implementing Collaborative Solutions with Outlook 2000 and Exchange Server 5.5 exam, 70-105, takes place September 14-28.

Messaging experts who are up for a challenge, take note: Beta testing for the Designing and Implementing Collaborative Solutions with Outlook 2000 and Exchange Server 5.5 exam, 70-105 (labeled 71-105 while in beta), takes place September 14-28, with registration beginning September 13. The beta, which is an MCSD elective, will be available only at Sylvan test centers.

As Microsoft has offered for the Office 2000/VBA (70-091, aka beta 71-991) and SQL 7.0 Data Warehouses (70-019, aka beta 71-019) exams, Microsoft is again offering those who pass the Outlook 2000/Exchange 5.5 Collaboration exam three free exam vouchers (non-transferable, non-negotiable), which will be mailed with score reports when the exam is released.

For details and exam objectives for the Outlook/Exchange Collaboration exam, go to http://www.microsoft.com/mcp/exam/stat/SP70-105.htm.

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