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SBS 2003 to Server 2008 R2 migration

Posted on 2011-09-13
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I am following 'dematzer' article on how to perform the migration. I would like for someone to look at these reports and let me know if I am ready to go ahead to the next step.

The one warning thats getting me a bit edgy, is the 'exchange-oma' one. Since I spent hours trying to find a solution to this problem, to no avail. I would like to know if I need to be concerned with it, and if yes, does anyone have a fix for it.

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netdiag.txt   dcdiag.txt BPR.pdf
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It's possible the this fix; http://support.microsoft.com/kb/817379 has been applied at some point - this won't cause any problems with your migration in my experience. All of your other logs look fine to go ahead :)
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OK. Ill go right ahead with it and let you know if I ran into any issues.
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The next question. On the Server 2008 box. Should I install Exchange 2010 with or without SP1 if I am migrating from Exchange 2003??

I read somewhere that SP1 can cause some problem's when working with Exchange 2003.
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The one thing I noticed after installing Exchange 2010 is and pointing SMTP to it, is, outgoing mail takes like 5-10 minutes till it leaves the queue on the '2003' box!!

Does everything sound alright with that?

Take a look at this EE article for more details on my issue please.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Server_Software/Email_Servers/Exchange/Q_27310166.html

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