Moving Exchange server from SBS 2011 to a non SBS server ?

Posted on 2013-11-19
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we would like to give a big breath to a customer' server in moving Exchange server to another one.

But actually, Exchange is depending of the SBS 2011, so here are my questions :
> is it possible to move it to another Windows server ? Does SBS licensing allow that ?

> if yes, is it possible to temporarily create a second Exchange server, make replication and mailbox moving to the new one, and finally turn off old exch. server ?

thanks in a lot in advance for your help,


Question by:actevolis
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arnold earned 1500 total points
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You have to purchase a non-sbs exchange license to separate.


Depending on your email load, you might want to look at virtualization options.

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