how can I migrate exchange 2007 sp3 edge transport server config to exchange 2013 Sp1

I need to export all configuration parameters from my old Exchange 2007 EdgeTransport server and import it into to my new Exchange 2013 Sp1 Edgetransport server. Is there a tool or a PowerShell commands that I can use to expedite the cut-over? I also have  Forefront server running on my old exchange 2007 Sp3  and I need to export all the config to my new Exchange 2013 SP1 EdgeTransport server as well but the categories are not the same so it's a slow tedious process at the moment. any assistance would be greatly appreciated. thanks you.
Shiva NarineExchange Server AdministratorAsked:
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MAS (MVE)EE Solution GuideCommented:
HI Shiva,
If you are planning to upgrade you don't need to export settings. Just configure Exchange 2013 Edge and configure mail flow after subscription.
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Shiva NarineExchange Server AdministratorAuthor Commented:
this is was I really needed. thx
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