Migrating Exchange 2003 to 2007

Posted on 2011-10-05
Last Modified: 2012-05-12

I am installing a brand new server over the weekend at a client of ours, at the moment they have a 2003 SBS server with exchange and I need to transfer all these mailboxes to a brand new 2008 SBS Server with Exchange 2007.

Is this possible, if so, whats the best way to implement this?

Question by:DansamCS
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    If you read through this you will be fine. We did this before the summer and this was all we needed :

    Also dont worry about the hang it can do @ 20% its quite common but it wakes up out of it :)...

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