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Migrating Exchange 2019 UM to 2013 UM

Posted on 2014-01-31
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Dear All,

  I have migrated my all my mailbox's from the old Exch 2010 to 2013, can you please advise how can I configure the Exch 2013 Unified Messaging since I will be removing my 2010 server.

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Doing this kind of migration has a lot of detailed steps. I technet illustrates all of the steps needed to accomplish what you are doing. Refer to the link below that has the complete walk-through on how to do this...

Exchange 2010 UM to Exchange 2013 UM (Migration)

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