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    <p>Today is the day... you may have noticed in your MSDN subscriptions are showing the Office 2007 clients, including the Office 2007 Professional suite, are available for download. In addition, WSS v3 final RTM gold bits are available (link below). MOSS 2007 is available as a <strike>30</strike> 180-day eval download today... expect the RTM non-eval bits, along with Office 2007 Professional Plus (what's the difference between the suites? See link below...) available later this month (by November 30).</p>
    <p>&raquo; <a href=";DisplayLang=en">Windows SharePoint Services v3</a>
    &raquo; <a href=";DisplayLang=en;DisplayLang=en">Office SharePoint server 2007 (trial version)</a>
    &raquo; <a href="">2007 Microsoft Office system suites (comparison chart)</a></p>
    <p>[<strong><font color="#ff0000">Update 11/16/2006 @ 12:56p</font></strong>] The <a href="">SharePoint Team Blog</a> now has a post that includes all links for the downloads, the eval keys for MOSS 2007 as well as links to installation, upgrade, migration, and known issues pages.</p>
    <p>&raquo; <a href="">Announcing the RTW of WSS and Office SharePoint Server 2007 Standard and Enterprise Evaluation!</a></p>
    <p>[<strong><font color="#ff0000">Update 11/17/2006 @ 9:16a</font></strong>] I mistakenly said MOSS was a 30-day eval when it's really a 180-day eval.</p>
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