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  • Getting ready to migrate from exchange 2003 to exchange 2007sp1

    Folks

    I am getting ready to migrate exchange server 2003sp2 to exchange server 2007sp1, Domain controller is 2008 std sp1, after the mailbox move I want to decommision exchange 2003.

    existing setup:

    my existing exchange server 2003 is setup having set for receiving faxes and sending pdf files from priter as a pdf attached.etc. I have three printers in the network.

    As i noticed in exchange server 2003. users properties>> exchange tasks >> email IDs, I have 4 types of mail ids like
    [email protected],
    [email protected]
    etc,

    I want these setting need to be replicate in exchange 2007



    1) I will move all public folders and mail boxes to exchange server 2007 .
    2) I will leave sufficient time to replicate fully.

    after this will my exchange server 2007 capable of pumping and receiving mails from internet, other wise do I need to configure anything in 2007?


    please advise me on this, i have lab test practice in vmware environment, and works fine in internal environment.


    please advise me on my questions which i mentioned this thread.

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    Re: Getting ready to migrate from exchange 2003 to exchange 2007sp1

    Any reason you are going to Exchange 2007 SP1 rather than straight to SP2?
    Exchange 2007 picks up everything from Exchange 2003 with regards to email addresses etc. You just need to be careful about the removal process of Exchange 2003.

    If you are not using an Edge server, then read this blog posting about setting up a single server.
    http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/20...17/431555.aspx

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