Proxy and Server Setting for 2003 Exchange Server

I am trying to migrate an internal exchange 2003 to office 365 cloud.  Problem now is that I need the RPC proxy server, exchange server.  I am not sure on these two items.  Can anyone suggest how to find these.  Doing a Remote Connectivity Test now

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Alexa JacksonDigital Forensic AnalystCommented:
•      In the Exchange Server, Open registry > dword validPorts in    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftRpcRpcProxy.

•      Running the Remote Connectivity Analyze and verify that it passes the RPC connectivity test.

•      Check, if you have a separate Exchange proxy, then the address for Exchange Server and RPC proxy should be the one and the same.
Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
RPC Proxy is what Outlook Anywhere was called under Exchange 2003.
Complete pig to setup and install.

I have a whole section on my web site on how to do it here:

You have to install some components in Windows, then make some registry changes. You will need a trusted SSL certificate as well.


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