Exchange Server 2010 End of Support is coming!


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Mark your calendars: On 13 October 2020 Microsoft’s traditional support cycle of five years standard and five years extended comes to an end for Exchange Server 2010.

Organizations still utilizing this on-premises option for email will have a decision to make. As their trusted technology partner, you have an opportunity to bundle solutions and services together to help your end users transition to a new environment.

What does End of Support really mean?

No More Security Updates: this leaves businesses vulnerable to all kinds of malware and malicious activity.

No New Documentation: guidance and best practices will no longer be produced; access to support and experts will be limited.

Compliance Risks: running outdated or unsupported products could be a quick ticket out of compliance, based on your specific industry. Do your homework and be prepared to make the transition ahead of time.

Options for Your Customer

Make the leap to Office 365.

Take this opportunity to help your customer through a bigger digital transformation journey and open the door for additional recurring services with a migration to Office 365. 

Migrate to a new Exchange Server.

Customer wants to stay on-prem? No problem. Note that in-place upgrades of an Exchange server are not possible, so you’ll need to plan and execute a data migration from the old server to the new. 

Below is a broad comparison of Office 2019 v. Office 365.

Feature description

On-Premises Hardware Required



License Type

Perpetual; install on single PC/Mac

Subscription; install across multiple devices including mobile


Security only

Security + rolling updates for all applications


Local storage only

Cloud-based storage via OneDrive


First 60 days

Ongoing support included with license

Office Online



Word, Excel, PowerPoint