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Posted on 2011-02-25
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Hey guys,
Can anyone advice on exchange migrations.  2003-2010 or 2007-2010.  Say you walk into the client.  What's the procedure?  What questions you asking, what you looking at, etc, etc.  Maybe any references, links, etc..

Thanks in advance..
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I think the first question you need to ask is whether or not they are using Public Folders.  Not because they can't migrate; however, in the long term, they should have a plan to migrate from public folders to SharePoint.

We upgraded from 5 to 2003, and eventually to 2007.  Then we dropped our internal Exchange solution for the Microsoft Business Productivity Online Suite, it made sense for us as we are small operation.

Here is a great link to help you get started:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/exdeploy2010/default.aspx#Index


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Hi,

Please check my blogpost. I have attached the necessary requirements there.

exchadtech.blogspot.com, i have also attached it for your convenience. It contains all the infromation that is required for Migration from E2K3/E2K7 to E2K10

Exchange-2010-Upgrade.pptx
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Very good document and links.  Assign points soon.  Thanks!!
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Still looking into this.  Sorry for the delay.

Will close the question coon.

Thanks.
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Sorry missed to close this question.  Clsong and assinging points soon.  Thanks.
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