Migration from a Novell Groupwise environment to Exchange 2003

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A question submitted on SearchExchange.com Hi, I am interested in a migration from a Novell Groupwise environment to Exchange 2003 (We already have MS Active directory). Currently there are 3 primary sites in the US, each with their own Mail servers and approx 6 remote sites around the world that utilize one of the primary US servers (With another as a backup) Can you tell me what the best practices for this type of migration are and if there are any specific design considerations that should be taken into account?

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We are doing the same thing for over 2500 users. We are implementing <b>Exchange 2007</b> with three main entry points and local mailbox/CAS servers at each site. WAN bandwidth is expensive so we did not plan on having any centralized services. Users have been used to having a local mailbox server in their old GW/Exchange environment. We have had direct support from Microsoft for this project. I recommend that you investigate what services they may have to offer your organization.

Good luck!

The project will go well if you PLAN – PLAN – TEST – TEST – IMPLEMENT -TEST – TEST – MONITOR. The more PLANNING you put up front… the more effective the implementation will be. Testing is another critical part of your project.

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