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Friday, April 20, 2007
Microsoft Gives You Five Free Days of Direct Push


Microsoft wants you to try this technology and see how cool it can be.

Here is a great chance to experiment with Microsoft's version of Direct Push. Thanks to a collaborative effort between Microsoft and Unisys, you can now sign up for a free five-day hosted trial of Exchange Server 2007. Your account will be pre-populated with sample appointments, contacts, and messages, which you can then access over-the-air via Exchange ActiveSync. And if all this has left you a little clueless, visit Microsoft to learn more about Exchange Server and mobile device connectivity.

"Microsoft Corp. today announced a free trial service for enterprise customers to experience Microsoft? Exchange Server 2007, the industry?s leading platform for e-mail, calendaring and unified messaging. The trial service will be implemented and managed by Unisys Corp., a worldwide technology services and solutions company. As a result, enterprise customers will have the opportunity to evaluate the many new features of Exchange Server 2007, including anywhere access using a PC, the Web or a mobile phone.* Customers can also experience the new unified messaging capabilities, built-in protection technologies and operational efficiencies of Exchange Server 2007, aimed at helping employees make faster and more accurate decisions, gain immediate access to information, and stay connected across many locations."


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