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  • Migration Domino 6.0 to Exchange server 2003

    Hi All,

    I have an assignment to migration 1500 Users IBM Domino 6.0 Server to Ms Exchange 2003 so anybody is there to help me for this migration.

    The client wants to all users emails also migrating i mean each users inbox.

    Kindly write the step by steps how to migrating and then configure exchange.

    I am waiting any experience person reply.

    Regards,

    Saeed

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    Re: Migration Domino 6.0 to Exchange server 2003

    There is a little known web site called
    I used your exact thread title and got 100,000 hits:
    http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en...ver+2003&meta=
    Tom Jones
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      Re: Migration Domino 6.0 to Exchange server 2003

      Step 1: Find experienced consultant.
      Step 2: Explain requirements to consultant.
      Step 3: Hire consultant
      Step 4: Wait for consultant to do the work.
      Step 5: Pay consultant's bill.

      A migration of this size is not going to be easy - Notes migrations aren't that straight forward at the best of times. It would be more cost effective to get someone in to do it for you. If you want someone to write you instructions, be prepared to pay the bill.

      That maybe harsh, but a forum is not a replacement for consultancy.

      Simon.
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