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Webcast: Exchange 2000 or Exchange Server 2003?

With mainstream support for Exchange 5.5 drawing to a close at the end of the year, now is the time to start reviewing your upgrade and deployment options. Two Exchange product managers discuss Microsoft's alternatives in a live expert webcast scheduled for noon EST on January 23.

Tune in to an exclusive live expert webcast "Exchange server upgrade and deployment options"...

with Microsoft Exchange product managers Jim Bernardo and David Madison at noon EST, this coming Thursday, Jan. 23.

Bernardo is a product manager in Microsoft's .NET Enterprise Server group, coming to Redmond after a distinguished career in high tech. He started at IBM, spent 10 years at Lotus Development Corp., then joined Microsoft two-and-a-half years ago

David Madison is a program manager in the Exchange server product unit, a group that is responsible for developing customer deployment requirements for Exchange as well as running Exchange early adopter programs. David has been with Microsoft for over 10 years, working on all of Microsoft's messaging technologies, from MS Mail up to Exchange 2003.

The two will compare features of Exchange 2000 with the upcoming Exchange Server 2003, due out the middle of this year. They will also outline the recommended upgrade procedure for Exchange 2000 and Exchange Server 2003, review tools that are available to help with the process and answer questions from the audience.

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