Switching service plan of organization within the Exchange 2010 hosting mode

Posted on 2011-10-24
Last Modified: 2014-07-02
Hello friends

I come to you to be able to help me change a service plan for an organization within my Exchange 2010 hosting mode.

In the Microsoft Web site helps the command is not easy to understand and can not make the change of service plan for my client.

I need that my client leaves the service plan that he has only 10 mailboxes for the new service plan with 100 mailboxes.

I have created the service plan, there's only run the Update command-Serviceplan

Thank you friends.
Question by:welltecnologia
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    Accepted Solution

    you can run the following command to update the service plan for existing hosted organizations:-

    Update-ServicePlan -Identity "HostedOrgnizationName" -OfferId  "offerID" -ProgramId "programID"

    Author Comment

    OK, thanks...

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    Expert Comment

    Does this applies to 2013 version as well ?

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