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Impoting Microsoft Exchange 2003 GAL to Microsoft Exchange 2010

Posted on 2011-09-14
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Dears,
I would like to ask about advise: to witch FORMAT can I export Microsoft Exchange 2003 GALs and import them back to Exchange 2010. Booth servers are not sharing any links nor they are using a trust.

Thanks for help.
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Hi,

thanks for link.....maybe I didn't explained it well. the 2003 Exchange Server is not hosted in my Domain but is externally to my structure, I do run a 2010 Exchange my self. So, the Admin of this 2003 External server requested from me to witch format the GAL should be exported , there for he will send them to me by mail or FTp or what ever...

thanks.
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Benjamin MOREAU earned 250 total points
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You can use a third party software like this : http://www.uidsystems.com/
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