Hier die Email von Microsoft an die Beta-Tester:
Dear Beta Tester, We are pleased to announce that Microsoft® Office Live
Communications Server 2003, Standard Edition (formerly known as "RTC Server"
and "Greenwich") has been released to manufacturing. Thank you for
participating in the Beta Test program for Microsoft Office Live Communications
Server 2003, Standard Edition. We are pleased to announce that the product will
be available for purchase in the coming months. Your bug reports and suggestions
for improving Live Communications Server have helped us to build a great product.
As part of the release to manufacturing, the evaluation version of Live
Communications Server is available for download from www.betaplace.com . The
evaluation version expires 120-days from time of install. As part of the
release-to-manufacturing process, the newsgroups, bug form, and administrative
support e-mail alias will be closing soon; after that you will need to get
support through your normal support channels. Please be sure to download the
evaluation version from www.betaplace.com as soon as possible. The full retail
product should be available to you through the normal distribution channels
beginning in October; Select customers will receive it sooner. Throughout the
Beta Program, we received many good bug reports and suggestions for the product.
While it was not always possible to respond to every message, your feedback has
been given to our development organization for consideration. Because many
factors affect product design, we can not act upon all suggestions. Feedback
that we have not acted upon is being considered for future versions. While the
bug submission tool is closed, our need to collect your feedback is not! As part
of this release, we still have two surveys that we hope you will take the time
to answer diligently. Please look for those surveys in the next two months -
(and don't forget about the prizes!). Thank you again for your support of
Microsoft products. We look forward to your participation in future beta tests.
The Microsoft Office Live Communications Team
News-Submiter: Andreas Gratz
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