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Exchange 2010 beta exams coming soon—submit your SME profile now!

Exchange 2010 beta exams coming soon—submit your SME profile now!

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Have you been playing with early bits of Exchange 2010? Do you want to participate in the development of the next round of Exchange exams? Well you can! We’ll be kicking off the beta for the first Exchange 2010 exam (70-662: TS: Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, Configuring) in the next few weeks.

As with every beta exam, seats are limited. We’ll be using our new MSL SME database to recruit for the first round of of beta participants before posting to this blog. For your best chance of participating, create a SME profile by filling out the survey on the MSL SME site on Microsoft Connect. (See this post for more information.) If you have already created your SME profile, make sure that you update it to reflect your experience with Exchange 2010.

For more information about how we use your beta comments, see this post over at the MSL Born To Learn blog.

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  • the exam is up now on Prometric, for those that have the code... for public, just wait until 24th!

  • Guten Tag,

    Ich habe Interesse an der MS Exchange 2010 beta Prüfung.

    Ich habe dieses Jahr die MCITP Prüfungen abgelegt.

    Ich möchte mit dieser Prüfung meine Fähigkeiten erweitern.

    Danke im Voraus

    MFG

    Christian Kramer

  • Christian, you need to register your connect SME profile to get invited..

  • warwickjames, are you sure that the public availability it 24th? I was told that it is the end of this week, so today, maybe.

    Chris

  • So, yes, the 24th was correct, as stated. Good luck to all those who got in!

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