Migration

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Exchange 2000
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I'am trying to migrate users/protected shared folders and migrate ms exchange 2000 to exchange 2003, but i still want to keep the original server 2000 intact after migration. any help is most appreciated.
ASKED: November 20, 2007  12:04 AM
UPDATED: November 21, 2007  4:57 AM

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Im presuming from your question both are on the same server. (Exchange and shared folders) you can use the swing migration http://www.sbsmigration.com/ I dont this and it works. If the Exchange is seperate build your new Exchange server join to same domain once EX2003 installed you can move users mailboxes from old server across to new. http://www.amset.info/exchange/migration.asp

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  • Wrobinson
    Install a new E2K3 server into the existing E2K organization and move mailboxes. You also need to re-home public folders and update incoming firewall rules to point to the new Exchange server. You can migrate the folders using a number of methods, tools and utilities. One rudimantary method is performing a backup and restore. Yet another method is using Robocopy (free), or SecureCopy.
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