Update 16-9-2019 Please note that Exchange 2010 support has been extended to the 13th of October 2020. This does not mean that migration plans can be paused. Also review the aspects of the support for the underlying OS.
January 2020 is going to be a very important month. There are multiple large and important products which will exit out of their extended support lifecycle phase. The list includes Exchange 2010.
This post is a note to make sure the support lifecycle dates are factored into your project plans and appropriate action is taken. The products will continue to be serviced as per the respective support policy. Make sure you are aware of what is happening on the 14th of January 2020.
While we are still two years away from January 2020, everyone who is still running products which will exit out of support should have a plan to successfully migrate onto newer supported versions. Previously these products transitioned from mainstream to extended support and was discussed in this post.
The list of products which will transition out of extended support in January 2020 includes:
Please note that Windows Vista, Office 2007 and Exchange 2007 previously exited out of extended support in 2017.
Exchange 2010 SP3 Support Lifecycle
Windows Server 2008 R2 Support Lifecycle
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