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Short Take: Microsoft Windows 2000 exec leaving

Moshe Dunie, a key Microsoft executive in the mammoth Windows 2000 development effort, will take a sabbatical, according to a company spokesperson. Brian Valentine, formerly charged with the company's Exchange messaging software efforts, will assume his duties. The timing of the sabbatical is related to the release of a second beta of the Windows 2000 (formerly known as Windows NT 5.0) but apparently not to continued delays in its delivery.

    Moshe Dunie, a key Microsoft executive in the mammoth Windows 2000 development effort, will take a sabbatical, according to a company spokesperson. Brian Valentine, formerly charged with the company's Exchange messaging software efforts, will assume his duties. The timing of the sabbatical is related to the release of a second beta of the Windows 2000 (formerly known as Windows NT 5.0) but apparently not to continued delays in its delivery.