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Migrate Microsoft Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010

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I've been ask to migrate Exchange 2003 Server to Exchange 2010.

Where do I begin?

Is there an easy guide to doing this?

What does most consulting companies charge for this?
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Question by:cmleavitt
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They charge probably $125 an hour - well they do here anyway.

Take a look here - this one is nice

http://www.simple-talk.com/sysadmin/exchange/upgrade-exchange-2003-to-exchange-2010/
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When you say Migrate do you mean to a new server or using the existing server?
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Here you go. Follow this to the letter and you are good to go.
Exchange-2003-to-2010-Transition.pdf
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isaman07, that was my link above :-)
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It's all yours Geodash, congrats...
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No No, didn't say that! :-) I just didn't know if you saw it or not. No biggie
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Here is another one for you.
Rapid-transition-guide-from-exch.pdf
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I wouldn't do it for money. Cmon, i'm not that cheap...
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No i am lost!
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lol, what i meant was, that i didn't even check your link as i have too many documents ready for any scenario. i Wouldn't steal your (or anyones) link and upload it as pdf on the same question, the same page.
Author: Consider any solution from me as a credit to Geodash.
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Isaman its OK, I just didn't know if you saw it. hence my smiley
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Cheers Geo
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