Small Business Server 2000 Exchange to Exchange 2007

Posted on 2008-01-30
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Hi All,
I am currently working on a project to migrate an Exchange (small business server 2000) to Exchange 2007.  The server it will be placed on is new, and will be in the same domain.

What are the steps I'll need to take?

If I was going to migrate to 2003, what steps would I take there?
Question by:jsctechy

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That is from 2003 to 2007.

But I really need the SBS 2000 to 2007 upgrade.

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