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Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0 - End of Support

   Words by CRM Consultancy

   on 07/04/2016 16:00:00

For many CRM Consultants and Developers working with Dynamics CRM, their first experience of the product will have been v3.0 which was released back in 2016 – as the release was a vast improvement over the earlier v1.2 which had some very rough edges, and so lead to the product becoming much better established in the industry.

Whilst the Web Application for CRM v3 looks dated now, it was a revolution at the time which was followed by the regular evolution into v4, 2011 and ultimately to 2013, 15 and 16.

However all good things come to an end, and April 7th 2016 marks the end of support for v3 - and whilst it is difficult to imagine that there are many businesses that have not already upgraded to at least v4 or 2011 a while back, this marks the official end of life period for the version.

Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0 Support Lifecycle Announcement

https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/crm/2016/04/07/microsoft-dynamics-crm-3-0-support-lifecycle-announcement/

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Microsoft Dynamics v3 – February 2006 to April 2016

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