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Setting up Exchange 2010 correctly with SBS 2003/Exchange 2003

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Hello,

could somebody help me with getting our Exchange 2010 server setup correctly.  We have SBS 2003 in use, with 60 users.  The mailstore size has exceeded 75Gb and there is no option to reduce the size of the mailboxes.

So far we have installed Exchange 2010 in a second server and would like to move most, and soon all of the mailboxes over to 2010.  Problem is was have Email Journing (for Archiving using GFI Mail Archiver) and Disclaimer software which all runs from the Exchange 2003 (SBS) server.

Now, I have Exchange 2010 working, webmail working but I need all email to come in and out though the SBS server so that the Archiving still works for all incoming and outgoing email, and so that all outgoing email the disclaimer software works.

I dont know how to configure Exchange 2010 (if Possible) to route all email through the Exchange 2003 server so that Exchange 2010 is just used for extra storage of additioanl mailboxes?

Hope this makes sense.  I've set a high points reward as its fairly urgent - we are having to restart the mailstore service each day because its over the 75gb limit, and need to offload some mailboxes urgently.

thanks
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by:endital1097
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your inbound mail from the outside will continue to route thru sbs until you update your firewall
you cannot route message between 2010 mailboxes thru 2003
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by:smartsid
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Hi khodgson,

Are you concerned only about Internet mails or also about the internal mails ?


As long as Internet mails  (Incoming & Outgoing ) are concerned, those will continue to route through SBS box until you make any changes to your internet mail flow.
 
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in the interim you can also look at this post for an automated way of mounting a database
you could create a scheduled task to automatically mount the store daily at 5:15 AM

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/Visual_Basic/VB_Script/Q_26418219.html?sfQueryTermInfo=1+10+30+mount+script+store
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by:khodgson
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thanks endital1097 - I will use that tip to schedule a task to automatically restart the mailstore service for the time being.

regarding questions about mailflow - I guess I am just going to have to setup jounaling on the Exchange 2010 server and move all users if i want this to work?
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yes, move the journal mailbox first to 2010
then all mail could be journaled
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