Microsoft recently posted that users have a mere 31 days left to migrate away from Exchange Server 2013 before it reaches End-of-life (EOL). The Exchange Team has confirmed that even though support is ending soon, the software will still function past its expiration date. Taking this route is a bit of a risk as Microsoft won’t be addressing any potential security issues, which could leave your system vulnerable to attack.
Customers who move to Exchange Online can take advantage of Microsoft FastTrack, which provides the necessary support for a smooth migration.
Starting on April 11, 2023, Microsoft will no longer be available for technical issue assistance, bug resolution, security vulnerability fixes, or time zone updates.
Exchange 2013 end of support roadmap.
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