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Migrating Exchange 2007 to New Server Hardware

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Hi All,

I want to migrate Exchange 2007 to a new Server Hardware environment.I want to retain the same settings:

Current Exchange Server Role :Hub Transport Server

I want maintain Same IP Address for the Exchange on the New Server for port forwarding and OWA

Is there a way I can achieve with minimal business interruption.

A little guidance in the right direction would be helpful.

Thank you all,

Noel
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