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Migrating from Dovecot to Exchange 2010

Posted on 2010-11-12
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Hey everyone,

We currently run all of our mail server functions through Dovecot, but we are preparing to migrate over to an Exchange 2010 setup.

What is the best/easiest way to export all users and mail within Dovecot and import into Exchange. I know a manual process of moving all the mail over on a user by user basis but didn't know if there was a better way to accomplish this.

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Export all the mail to PST, then use exmerge to import the mail back into Exchange.
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What SMTP server is delivering maild to Dovecot?
It might be able to skip local mailboxes in favor of exchange, and then you could be able to re-submit messages via smtp to exchange.
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