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hey i just found this link, about technet..


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how long as it been around??
or am i really late lol.

www.microsoft.com.au/technetplus
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been around for...well forever hehehe...technet is a great resource...if you pay for a technet proffessional subscription...you get free software as well (like new versions of exchange etc...)
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It was pretty expensive last time I checked too :whistling:
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slightly prohibitive for the home user..
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hmm ok thanks guys :whistling:
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