Migration from MDaemon to Exchange 2007

Posted on 2009-12-17
Last Modified: 2013-11-09

We have a network with 20 users configured in a Workgroup topology. An MDaemon mail server is used to proxy emails. All users store their email locally in pst files.

We need to create a domain topolgy, remove Mdaemon and install exchange 2007.

Can you experts guide us on how to do this transition smoothly? taking into consideration that some of the users have large pst files and those files must be copied to their mailboxes in exchange. Also what would be the minimum acceptable hardware to support exchange 2k7?

Appreciate your help -
Question by:Grayhat7
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    Exchange Server 2007 System Requirements

    To use the Exchange Management Shell to import mailbox data from a .pst file
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    In this article series we are going to start migrating from MDaemon mail server to Exchange Server 2007

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