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Upgrade from Exchange 2003 Enterprise to 2007 Standard?

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Is it possible to upgrade from exchange 2003 enterprise to exchange 2007 standard?  It seems to be, due to the migration process rather than in-place upgrades of past versions.  Any ideas?
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should work
inplace upgrade does not work
you should be able to install exchange 2007 on another box and then move public/system folders and mailboxes across.
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Yes, it does; official migration/transition path doc:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb124008(EXCHG.80).aspx

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~coolsport00
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