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Does Microsoft make an evaluation copy of Exchange available to MCSEs?

Does Microsoft make an evaluation copy of Exchange available to MCSEs, similiar to NT4 Server and Workstation?
By casting about for an evaluation copy of BackOffice, you can get access to Exchange without even possessing MCSE credentials. Another way to get the software is to take a Microsoft Official Curriculum (MOC) course on Exchange, in which case you'll get a two-user version of the software with the other course materials. Finally, if you have a TechNet subscription or an MSDN subscription, an Exchange server software package is available in each of those packages. For TechNet, it's an evaluation copy; for MSDN, it's the "real thing."
This was first published in October 2001

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