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In-house Exchange 2007 to be Migrated to Hosted Exchange Server

Posted on 2015-02-23
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Hi Experts, We are planning to Migrate Mailboxes from an In-house Exchange 2007 server going to Hosted Exchange.

What is the best approach for this? I have 520GB worth of Database. I'm stressed. please help
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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 500 total points
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Is it Office365?
If not, then about the only option is third party - migrationwiz is the usual tool of choice.
If Office365 then you can go hybrid, which makes life a lot easier, but that is only available if you are going to Microsoft's cloud.

Simon.
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