Which previous versions of Exchange Server will Exchange 2013 support?

kreiley

Previous versions of Exchange have supported 2 versions back, if memory serves. Will Exchange 2013 continue MS's prior practice and support Exchange 2007?

Topic: Software
Answer this Question

Answers

2 total
ehtan
Vote Up (13)

You should be fine, Exchange 2013 will support Exchange 2007 and Exchange 2010. Like you said, Microsoft has included support for the two previous versions of Exchange Server when a new version of Exhange is released. 

jimlynch
Vote Up (9)

You might want to check out this article:

Release Notes for Exchange 2013
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj150489.aspx

Ask a question

Join Now or Sign In to ask a question.
Oracle has responded to a former employee's claim that a new in-memory processing option is turned on by default with the latest release of Database 12c, insisting that the process of enabling it requires a series of deliberate steps.
Today's hotels are unfortunately vulnerable to types of attempted fraud. Here's how to keep data safe when you travel.
Pushbullet is great for quick and dirty file swapping between your Windows PC and Android.
You probably didn't know you needed a color-coded goal manager or a dedicated email tracker.
Oracle has granted CEO Larry Ellison 3 million stock options, a significant reduction from the 7 million options he received in previous years, according to a regulatory filing.
The venerable GNU compiler wins the ACM’s Programming Languages Software Award while simultaneously coming under fire from the Linux creator
In the hot market for big-data products and services, sometimes even competitors must work together for the common good.
Rimini Street is continuing to rapidly grow revenue for its third-party software support business despite its ongoing litigation with Oracle.
Officials today from the China government appeared at four Microsoft offices, but the purpose of the visits was unclear.
Percentage of former and current workers who approve of CEO drops by 24%, those who disapprove quadruples, after big layoffs hit.