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I am planning  to  move our mail server from free bsd to exchange 2010 . before the cut over I would like to get the check list to go with the smooth change over .
My existing users in pst mail box setup with free bsd . so that I am not going to upload the individual past file back to exchange 2010 server  . will go with the new server and connecting client out clint to the new server with existing pst file in the client side.
On the server side to get everything smoothly  in to my exchange server . what are the changes need to be done in the router level . currently my exchange server can send mail out  but not receiving (still port SMTP 25 pointing to old server ). Isn’t it ? new server I am going with web access also . for that I need to enable the 443 as well ?
Is that all ?
In the exchange Level HT   client received connector - Anonymous and Exchange  users permission
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Except partners all in the default  receive connector
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on your default receive connector you need to enable the anonymous permissions group, leave the other settings

Yes, you need 443 for Outlook Anywhere, OWA, and ActiveSYnc
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