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 far i have got the 2 virtual servers running one with ex 2010 CAS/HUB and another with Ex2010 Mailbox role. a lot of the settings have pulled over from the ex2003 server (connectors etc)
Iv not really had to do anything to the CAS/HUB server so far on the mailbox server i have moved a few test mail boxes and also created some new ones. they seem to send e mails correctly and recieve them from internal and external so i know the mail flow settings are ok.
We use OWA on out exchange 2003 - is there anything that needs to be done for OWA on 2010.
i have got the PF replicating from 2003 to 2010.
some information i would like is about how Recipent update policy works in 2010 and how to move it over from 2003 and also about Address Lists.
the thing i want to know about RUS is we have it set in exchange 2003 to add the various address and formats normally email@example.com. but we have also manually added addresses that are not part of the RUS eg. firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com when i move this policy over to the ex 2010 server will it re apply the policy and wipe addresses added manually to the users?
any help would be much appciated
Software/Hardware used: Virtual - Host server is New HP with 24GB Ram - Shared Storage
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