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Purchse Exchange 2010, do I have downgrade rights?

Hopefully this is an easy question, but I am having trouble getting this answered anywhere else.

If I purchase MS Exchange 2010, do I have downgrade rights for Exc 2007?

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NetfloCommented:
Providing you purchase through Open Licensing, yes.
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NetfloCommented:
"Downgrade rights in the Volume Licensing programs provide customers
with the right to downgrade to any prior version of the same product."

You can also call up Microsoft Licensing to verify
http://www.microsoft.com/licensing/contact-us.aspx
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NetfloCommented:
I personally recommend if you purchase Exchange 2010, that you install 2010 as opposed to 2007. It offers better management over certain features, operates with lower IO, you can backup text messages on Windows Mobiles (not Phone 7) and is a much better product.
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NetfloCommented:
Tommydeal,

Did my response help you, seeing as the question is still open?
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NetfloCommented:
Hi,

Second follow up. Did my answers help you in order to close this question down?
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tommydealAuthor Commented:
Yes, it did help. Sorry for the late response. Thank you!
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