I'm about to start a migration from GroupWise 5.5 to Exchange Server 2003. We have purchased the Quest GroupWise...
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Migration Tool to help. I'm about to change all of my email routing to come in through my Exchange Server environment.
I've created a subdomain for GroupWise (gw.xyz.org). I've also set up DNS, MX records, GroupWise route.cfg, Exchange GroupWise Routing Connector and everything I need for our primary email domain name (xyz.org). In addition, I have two other email domain names that I'm going to have to route during the migration process (approximately four months). How can I do this?
One other item to mention: You do not have to change the routing at the beginning; this can be done at the end of the migration process. It depends on what you want to do.
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