Today is the last day to get the official Microsoft Exchange rate in the US.
The rate has dropped by more than a penny to $12.18 and is at $12,218.80.
Microsoft said that this is because it is adjusting the exchange rate for the US Dollar, which has been rising by about 0.8% since September 2018.
Microsoft Exchange rates for the Euro are also set to drop.
It’s still too early to say how much you can save by using Microsoft Exchange in 2018.
But there are some good things to consider if you’re an exchange user.
Microsoft is taking a big step to reduce the amount of time it takes to get your documents and other documents into Microsoft Exchange.
You can see this change in your Exchange settings when you go to the Exchange settings page.
You’ll see the number of seconds to get documents and attachments into your Exchange account has been reduced from 1 minute to 30 seconds.
Microsoft also said that the Exchange rate for US dollars will drop by 2.5% today and by 6.2% over the next six months.
It will also drop by 1.5%, from $12 to $11.60.
Microsoft announced that it will also be increasing the maximum number of emails that can be sent per day by 50% starting in the next few weeks.
This change is due to the fact that it is becoming more important to send emails on a regular basis to avoid sending attachments.
Microsoft’s Exchange program is now in beta and there are many other changes that are coming in the coming months.