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exchnage migration

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Hello I have a exhcnage 2000 running in a 2000 server everything els ein teh active directory in 2003 server. We have purchansed a new server and will miograte teh current exchange 2000 to it. i am trying to get them to purchase 2003 exchnage, but I need help on what steps or who to perform a migration from 2000 exchange to 2000 exhcnage on a new 2003 server or 2000 exhcnage to a 2003 exchange sever. thank you
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Hi zenworksb,

This guide is what I used when doing this, and it was faultless

http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/Migrating-Exchange2000-Exchange-2003-Hardware.html

Hope that helps,

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i will follow the above and thank you. One more question I have about 100 employees taht use outlook and pointed to the server it is on now, how wil I cnage them to teh new server?
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You don't have to - when you move them to the new server, the first time they log on it will redirect them to the new server

ONLY if both servers are online when they first logon!

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