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is Outlook 2013 client backwards compatible with Exchange 2010

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We are having to purchase Office 2013 software to install on new Windows 7 machines. Our Exchange Server is 2010 SP2.

Is Outlook 2013 backwards compatible with Exchange 2010
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Nick Rhode earned 250 total points
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Yes, works just fine :)
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Yes, even with 2007 SP2, that I'm now working on
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