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Topic # 6830 25-Feb-2006 18:06
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Are there any more betas i can get my hands on (excluding live messenger & defender)?

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Reply # 29340 25-Feb-2006 18:27
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master beta

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Reply # 29347 25-Feb-2006 19:43
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Currently there is Microsoft Office Live Beta and Microsoft Office Live Mail. These are not open to non-US users yet.


There's also the Microsoft Office 12 Beta and the Microsoft Windows Vista. There are no invitation system for the Office one, but there's an invitation for the Microsoft Windows Vista, again only open to US users.








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Reply # 29355 25-Feb-2006 21:32
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master beta i get it lol. With vista will there be a public beta or is it just for msdn people

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Reply # 29359 25-Feb-2006 22:01
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There's a semi-public beta on Microsoft Connect for technical people - you will need to get an invitation from a Microsoft person, or from a user group or a MVP (I only have access to invites to people based in the USA though).

I think you can register on Microsoft Connect and see what betas would be available for your region. It's worth a try.









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