exchange 2016

how do i upgrade from exchange 2010 to exchange 2016  

i need to do in same forest
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MASEE Solution Guide - Technical Dept HeadCommented:
Hi Pramod,
You need a new server for migration.
1.Install Windows2012R2 or 2016
2.Install Exchange 2016
3.Configure Certificate
4.Move mailbox for testing if everything works well migrate the rest.
Please check this for more details

pramod1Author Commented:
in exchange 2016 we use mapi over http and not rpc over http? any reason and what is the adavantage
timgreen7077Exchange EngineerCommented:
mapi/http is a faster and more reliable connection than the much older rpc/http. see link for more benefits.

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Some considerations:
You will have to set up a ciexistence scenario and make sure to backup all connector settings AND permissions.
You'll have to decommission old outlook versions (2007 and earlier) and update outlook 2010.
Moreover make sure you get autodiscover up and running before upgrading, manual config won't be possible anymore.if you use quotas, prepare to increase them by a 20% at least
1st navigate to exchange deployment assistant website provided by Microsoft and try to derive your scenario there and then proceed further
It will tell you all required milestones and configurations to do
Naveen SharmaCommented:
Step-by-step guide for migrating Exchange Server 2010 to 2016:

Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2016 Migration using Exchange Admin Center:
At least choose "accepted solution" which is related to your question.
I don't see any direct relation between your primary question and selected accepted answer.
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