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Exchange 2016 migration

before migrating mail flow from exchange 2010 to 2016 does outlook connectivity
on clients in local domain should be RPC/HTTP?
Andy Mlad
Andy Mlad
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Ajit SinghCommented:
Get complete overview of client connectivity in an Exchange 2016 coexistence environment with Exchange 2010: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/exchange/2015/10/26/client-connectivity-in-an-exchange-2016-coexistence-environment-with-exchange-2010/

Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2016 migration using Exchange Admin Center:

Hope this helps!
Andy MladAuthor Commented:
22.pngOutlook anywhere(rpc/http) is enabled on exchange 2010 server
but clients(outlook 2016) connect to exchange via RPC/TCP(outlook connection status)
I need to redirect clients to connect via rpc/http before migrating mail flow?
CESNetwork AdministratorCommented:
You don't need to worry about changing this setting.  Once the mailbox has been moved to the new server, the user will need to restart Outlook and the new connection methos (RPC/HTTP) will be used automatically
As soon as you installed Exchange 2016 and right after finishing configuring virtual directories, you should have switched client access to Exchange 2016. The protocol should be either Outlook Anywhere or MAPI which is preferable. All the access to Exchange 2010 will be proxied from Exchange 2016. Outlook Anywhere is enabled by installing a corresponding (probably the same) SSL certificate on Exchange 2016 as you had on 2010. For MAPI - confirm
Get-OrganizationConfig | fl *mapi*

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returns True, as well it will require configuration of the corresponding MAPI virtual directory, confirm by
Get-MapiVirtualDirectory | fl server, Name,ExternalURL,InternalURL

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That would be MAPI/HTTP, not RPC/HTTP.

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