Where is the latest beta download
Question asked by Heimir Eidskrem - 12/19/2019 at 7:37 AM
You post you have a new beta but no link to download?

Why did you delete so many posts about Outlook 2016 connectivity issues and even the beta forum?

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They are in Phoenix (USA).
There the time is 9.37 AM on 19th december.

They claim the link will be available 19th december, so  they are in time until today 11.59 PM (Phoenix Time) and for now nothing is wrong...
Heimir Eidskrem Replied
I dont understand what you are saying.
They posted yesterday that new beta is NOW available.

I must be missing something?

You only read the title and not the entire post ..

If you had read it carefully you would have found this too (read the last line in red...):

To get started, you can use the trial license key below :


Download the most recent BETA EXE
Download the most recent BETA MSI
(links will be posted on December 19th)

Heimir Eidskrem Replied
LOL.  I read the post at least twice looking for that.
Totally  missed it.


No problem! You don't know how many times I misread something in my life!
OK, now we can complain there are no links to download the software ... :-(
Sébastien Riccio Replied
(links will be posted on December 19th)
Year was not specified :)

Joke aside, I think (hope) we should have the links today.
Sébastien Riccio
System & Network Admin

Derek Curtis Replied
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We just posted the live links!
Derek Curtis
SmarterTools Inc.
(877) 357-6278
echoDreamz Replied
Question is... Who is brave enough to install it on a Friday when ST will be out for the weekend, then we go right into Christmas :)
Alex Clarke Replied
That's exactly what I'm thinking Christopher!
Tim Uzzanti Replied
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If you haven't tested an upgrade with a previous BETA, I wouldn't suggest just jumping in.  This will be one of our most tested releases ever but its better to be safe than sorry.  This release will have something for everyone (features, performance, fixes) but we want people to be cautious as you approach any and all upgrades.  I can't tell you how many people think their having a software issue but its hardware and upgrade out of the blue without testing and they do it without backups etc.  We see so many bad choices and we want to encourage good behavior when approaching any upgrade.  If you have been one of the many that have tested every BETA and have done numerous upgrades and reported those problems to us and we fixed them.... then your in a much better place if you haven't.    Wanted to throw those thoughts out there :)

Tim Uzzanti
SmarterTools Inc.
(877) 357-6278
Heimir Eidskrem Replied
It’s beta software so installing it in your production environment isn’t something I would do.  But installing in your test environment should be fine.  Installed it earlier with no problems. 

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