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We are still alive and kicking...

We are still alive and kicking...

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After what looks to be a long break, I want to make sure folks know we are still alive and well!!!

From a team perspective, we have really been cranking hard on our tools, doubling down our efforts, helping customers with their migrations and doing the things you do when you build software.   The team has grown substantially over the year & it has been great seeing all the progress.

I believe you will find all the cool new things and various customer\partner scenarios we are addressing exciting & helpful.  Over the next few weeks, you will begin to see more more more more & more stuff from us...

I look forward to hearing from all of you and its nice to come up for a breath of fresh air :)

More to come.

- todd wanke

Director, Notes Compete

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  • lots of hints and 'coming soons'

    any details on features and release dates?

    will there be any value in me installing an exchange 2007 server and the new tools to improve co-existance with Notes? and the rest of our exchange 2003 environment?

  • i'd love to know a release date for the notes migration tools - am running 2007 and am trying to hold off from putting up a 2003 server just to migrate people away from notes.

    Thanks!

  • over the next few days this information and  more will be coming out... hang tight for just a little longer.

    -todd

  • Simon, it looks like you can find all the details on Anderson Patricio's blog at

    http://blogs.msexchange.org/patricio/2007/01/18/microsoft-transporter-migrating-from-lotus-notes-to-exchange-server-2007-and-sharepoint-2007/

  • LMAO Ed!

    Looks like I get more information from the Head of Sales for Lotus Notes, than I do from Microsoft!!!!!!

  • @Simon;  This information was already out there (cut/paste from our beta site).  You can access the beta site at connect.microsoft.com  It is open to the public.

    Also I posted some additional information today about not only the new tools but the templates.

    AND, posted a short demo.  See today's blog.

    erik

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