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outllok 2016 and exchange 2010 sp3

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Hi experts

just simple question

i heard that outlook 2016 dose not support exchange 2010 . in other words if we have exchange 2010 we cant use outlook 2016

i think this is not true but i want expert answer


thanks
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Outlook 2016 works perfectly fine with Exchange 2010.  However, not so much with Exchange 2007.

Take a look at the Outlook 2016 under the "Office standalone applications" section...

https://products.office.com/en-US/office-system-requirements
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