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migrating from old server 2k running exchange 2k3 to Server 2003 Small Bus Preimium w/ Exhcange 2k3

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What do i need to do to migrate all my users, IIS, and exchange mailbox's to this brand new dell server?  Also dell set the raid up with a 12gb partition and a 246gb partition, how do i tell exchange to store the mailbox's on the bigger partition?  All the mail is kept on server and the 12bg will go fast.....

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First off your exchange server is limited to 16GB message store. When you reach that exchange will stop running!! (unless you own enterprise edition)

Second you can tell where you want the store to be during setup
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ok, thanks for the info, i will just limit mailbox sizes.  But how do i go about everything else?

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backup main svr

install exchange on second server

and just click move mail boxes, its a faily simple operations once you get both servers up
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