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Moving from Stand alone Office to Office 365 and Hosted Exchange

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I have several customers running stand alone Office and that have their own Exchange Server. They now want to transition to Office 356 and Hosted Exchange. Is there any documentation around on pulling this off? A step-by-step how-to?
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Microsoft almost always puts up migration guides for their products and services. A quick search can churn them up with little effort. My first attempt turned up this, for example.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh852429.aspx
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