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MM Client behind MM1.1 backend exchange / SP8 / MAS110805

MM Client behind MM1.1 backend exchange / SP8 / MAS110805

MM Client behind MM1.1 backend exchange / SP8 / MAS110805

Looking for any kind of docs for desktop MM client sitting behind MM 1.1 on Exchange backend of what is & is not supported ...Outlook 2007 & Vista ...not having much luck ...suppose we could load and see if it works but my thoughts are they are both not supported but have no true docs stating so ....anyone else try and use these apps

wishfull thinking there maybe a docs / spreedsheet stating
yes or no for said apps



RE: MM Client behind MM1.1 backend exchange / SP8 / MAS110805

I know that Outlook 2007 is not supported yet and due to the fact that 1.1 is end of sale i am sure they will not update anything in it. I have heard that 2.1 will support it soon but that is from calls with Avaya. Nothing in print that i can find.

Ken Means

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