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trial version of exchange 2013

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Our exchange 2013 is currently running as a trial version (whilst the engineers look to get the licence information off another server so they can enter the product key). My question is... by running a trial version of 2013, are there any risks/issues? Is it a fully functional version of the software, or does it have limitations which could cause problems? What happens after the 180 days are up?
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Exchange will be still functioning, however you will not get any support from MS. So, better to install license key.
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Correct. After the trial has expired it still functions but you will get frequent reminders.
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