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The number of different tags for Microsoft Exchange-related tags is quite overwhelming:

So I guess the canonical version is [exchangeYYYY]. But then:

And, overall, regarding servers:

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I would prefer to see [exchange-server] be the canon tag, and I would prefer to see the year-specifc tags in the format [exchange-server-2010], personally – LittleBobbyTables Aug 1 '13 at 13:25

I've taken care of this, in agreement with LBT's comment. is somewhat of an ambiguous word and I felt that was much more suitable. The following synonyms now exist:

All of the stuff about the hyphenated version synonyms is not relevant. I got rid of all those a while ago as part of my synonym cleanup.

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Sweet, thanks a lot! – LittleBobbyTables Aug 3 '13 at 12:13

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