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i have a exchange 2010 sp2 in my organization and i want migrate it to exchange 2013
 what i need to make it possible ?
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hope fully its need SP3 of exchange 2010
Schema upgrade 2013 exchange
Schema upgrade on domain 2012

hope fully above are the pre requisites...

still the technical documentation not released for exchange 2013 migration

wait for some time ...
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Check here some useful info about migrate to 2013

http://exchangeserverpro.com/upgrading-to-exchange-server-2013

But as mention above you should wait some time..
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