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Microsoft Releases Exchange 2000 to Manufacturing

Retail copies to hit store shelves by end of September.

Microsoft announced that Sept. 1 it released Microsoft Exchange 2000 to manufacturing. For you, the customer, this means that you'll be able to buy the retail version by the end of this month. Exchange 2000 is a significant departure from its predecessor, in that it requires Windows 2000 at its foundation.

Exchange 2000 also comes in an Enterprise edition, which can communicate with X.400 servers, and a Conferencing edition, which is optimized for data, voice and conferencing. Pricing starts at $1,299 for an Exchange 2000 Server server license/five Client Access License combo pack. The Enterprise and Conferencing modules are also available in evaluation form from Microsoft's Exchange Web site.

For more on Microsoft Exchange 2000, go to http://www.microsoft.com/exchange/productinfo/eval.htm.

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