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Migration Exchange 2003 to 2010

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Hi,

I am having Exchange 2003 in my environment and i have Domain conmtroller on different box. Now i am planning to go on exchange 2010. I have already purchased a good hardware for that.
It meet's all the requirement of exhchange 2010.

Now can anybody help me on this that what are the steps that need to be taken for migrating the Exchange. In past i haven't done any migration and not familier with this.

So Please tell me the step by step guidance, so that i can successfully migrate exchange
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Question by:ProVal
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by:Dave_AND
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http://www.networkworld.com/community/node/47632

Lots of good guides to do this, but its fairly easy.. just follow that guide and you should be fine :)

Good Luck
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by:ProVal
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Hi dave,

Thanks for this.. But this is just only brief...can we have any detailed document for this. In some points i dont know how to move all the settings.

If you help me on this ...then that will be much appreciated.

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NFR key for Veeam Agent for Linux

Veeam is happy to provide a free NFR license for one year.  It allows for the non‑production use and valid for five workstations and two servers. Veeam Agent for Linux is a simple backup tool for your Linux installations, both on‑premises and in the public cloud.

 
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by:Dave_AND
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See San's stuff, there is LOADS of documentation out there, just hit google :)

Once you have it installed, its a matter of moving mailboxes and connectors etc. Clients should move themselves.

Good luck, and enjoy your new Exchange server :)
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by:ComputerBeast
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You can use Exmerge tool for this purpose.
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by:ProVal
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i need to follow all link one by one ?
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by:ProVal
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So Dave,

What you think..can you have a detailed steps that need to be followed...
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by:Dave_AND
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Read them all, and understand them, there is no real "idiot" guide to it, by understanding the process you will be able to trouble shoot any problems etc.

Migrating a Server is easy if you know what your doing, just takes a bit of prep time.
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by:ProVal
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Thanks for your great help
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