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?

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ehtan
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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
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You might want to check out this article:

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

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