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Migration from MS NT 4 Domain with MS Exchange 5.5 to MS 2003 Domain to MS Exchange 2003

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I would like to know what is the best way to perform the migration from an MS NT 4.0 Domain running MS EXchange 5.5 to a MS 2003 Domain running MS Exchange 2003
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I will go over all the documentation.........I will get back to you before Friday. I was just wondering if you have had to perform the same task?
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dokpik,


Yep, a couple of times. Planing, documenting and making sure ADMT was working correctly was the hardest part. The links should help get you through any real problems.

Good luck!
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I appreciate the info, talk to you on Friday
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