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  • Exchange Migration Planning: What will happen with clients when changing namespace?

    Hello, We are planning to upgrade our EX 2010 environment to EX 2013. Sadly our namespace in EX2010 is right now owa2.domain.com. The name owa2 is coming from last migration between EX 2003 and EX 2010. I'd like to remove this minor flaw if possible. But what will happen with all the clients and...

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  • Exchange 2003 to 2010 transition – replica problem

    I am transitioning an Exchange 2003 server to an Exchange 2010 server. As soon as I got the Exchange 2010 server up and going, I changed the paths of the DBs and the PublicFolder DB. I then also renamed the Default Public Folder from PublicFolderDatabase0224351747 to PFdb. Everything was going...

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  • Transition to exchange 2010

    Dear experts; i am going to install exchange 2010 in environment where we have exchange 2003. i know the transition steps as i know, but first i want to do it in test lab,  to be honest i don't know the strategy to do this, can anybody help in this? mainly i want to know how to isolate the test...

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  • Exchange 2003/2010 migration calendar issues

    We are migrating from Exchange 2003 to 2010. We currently have just a couple of hundred users on 2010 with approx 1000 to migrate still on 2003.Today a ticket was opened that users were not seeing the correct free/busy time of a Director when setting up a meeting. I checked the accounts and the...

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  • Exchange 2010 migrating .pst files from outlook 2003

    We have upgrade to exchange server 2010 and I am curious to see how can I import a .pst file that a user created in outlook 2003 into the exchange 2010 secondary mailbox.

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  • exchange mail delay from 2010 to ex 2003

    Hi All we are in the process of moving to a new exchange 2010 environment. currently we have a 2003 environtment which is very simple and runs all roles on a single box. we have a simple AD environment just 1 domain. we are moving to a new virtual environment 1 x virtual CAS/HUB server and 1 x...

    Hiten10 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2003 to exchange 2010 transition

    Hi I am in the process of transitioning from Ex2003 to Ex2010. We have a very simple exchange structure at the moment. just a single exchange 2003 server all running of one box. i have seen various blogs/articles on the transitioning from ex 2003 to ex 2010 and i think i am partly the way there. So...

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  • scope of work and time plane for the migration from exchange 2003 to 2010

    the scope of work and time plane for the migration from exchange 2003 to 2010

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  • Migrate from virtual server to physical server, including AD and Exchange

    My company has a Windows Server 2008 running a virtual server of Windows Server 2003 (with Exchange 2003). We want to upgrade to Exchange 2010. Since I don't know much about Windows servers, I need to know what steps to take to migrate everything from the virtual server running Server 2003 and...

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  • how do I migrate existing 2007 cluster environment to Exchange 2010

    Well how do I migrate existing 2007 cluster environment to 2010,i do carry SCR,CCR,LCR,CAS,HUB all solution is there for fail redundancy, what to do for this issue?

    ITKE355,655 pointsBadges:
  • What are some of the ways Exchange 2010 integrates with my UC plan that Exchange 2007 cant?

    What are some of the ways Exchange 2010 integrates with my UC plan that Exchange 2007 can’t?

    ITKE355,655 pointsBadges:
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