Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Exchange Server 2007 End of Life !

Exchange Server 2007 extended support ends today, and the product finally reached its End of Life.


End of life means that Microsoft will no longer provide the following for Exchange 2007:
  • Free or paid assisted support (including custom support agreements)
  • Bug fixes for issues that are discovered and that may impact the stability and usability of the server
  • Security fixes for vulnerabilities that are discovered and that may make the server vulnerable to security breaches
  • Time zone updates
Your installation of Exchange 2007 will continue to run after this date. However, because of the changes listed above, Microsoft strongly recommend that you migrate from Exchange 2007 as soon as possible.

If you haven’t already begun your migration from Exchange 2007 to Office 365 or Exchange 2016, now’s the time to start your planning.


Microsoft has published the Exchange 2007 End of Life Roadmap Reference guide that helps you to plan your migration


Based on your environment choose the best Approach for migration, Would recommend to Migrate to Office 365 or upgrade your Exchange Server 2007 to a latest version, recommend to go for Exchange Server 2016 and choose an Hybrid deployment model to get the benefits of both innovations in the Cloud and On premises.

As you know, Its not just Exchange Server 2007 the reaching End of Life, Support is ending soon for all the Office 2007 Client and Server products in the Office 2007 release. This is a great time to retire your Office 2007 applications and plan your upgrade to Office 365.

Review the below Resources page that will help you upgrade from Office 2007 servers and clients

Access here: Resources to help you upgrade from Office 2007 servers and clients

In addition to the above resources, review the Microsoft Tech Summit video sessions below,


View hereBRK2303: Moving from legacy on-premises Exchange: upgrade to Exchange 2016, or Exchange Online?




Join the "Office Retirement Spaces" in Microsoft Tech Community site to get more guidance on your migration path, and also share your migration stories to help others in the Community.


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