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Moving RightFax 9.3 from exchange 2003 to exchange 2010

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I would like to move RightFax 9.3 from exchange 2003 to exchange 2010. Any help will be appreciated.

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Hello,

My client wanted the RightFax 9.3 connector to be installed on a Exchnage 2007 server.
There is a connector for Exchange 2007 in the Service Pack 3 for RightFax 9.3 but it's not compatible with Windows 2008 server.
Working with the Opentext support, they told me we have to go to RightFax 9.4 to be supported with Exchange 2007/2010 on Windows 2008 Server.
As Exchange 2010 only works on Windows 2008 server you will have to upgrade to RightFax 9.4 on your fax server before install 9.4 Exchange Connector on a Exchange 2010.
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