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Topic # 111178 26-Oct-2012 13:51 Send private message

If you are a Microsoft TechNet or MSDN subscriber, do you get any complimentary access to Office 365?

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  Reply # 706939 26-Oct-2012 14:03 Send private message

It doesn't show up in MSDN for me. Subscription is "Visual Studio Ultimate with MSDN" which seems to include (almost?) everything.

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  Reply # 706956 26-Oct-2012 14:29 Send private message

No. Can signup to a 30 day trial though.




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  Reply # 706960 26-Oct-2012 14:33 Send private message

Correct. 30 day trials can be extended if you ask. Or if its for testing you could keep creating trials. Depends what you're trying to achieve.

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  Reply # 706963 26-Oct-2012 14:37 Send private message

Sorry going off topic, but I sent you an private message yesterday on geekzone nathan.




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  Reply # 706982 26-Oct-2012 15:18 Send private message

Relectant to migrate data for a trial and it's pretty pricey to have running as a compare and contrast exercise. Thanks for your input.



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  Reply # 706984 26-Oct-2012 15:19 Send private message

ps. currently running a shared account with my wife on Google, with the calendar sync being so dire and endless Google fan-boy reassurance that it's great, I'm interested to move it to 365 to compare, instead I'll just create another account on our Exchange server and be done with it.

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