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Moving from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010 in 12 steps
This article is part of the Exchange Insider issue of April 2011, Vol. 9
So you’ve decided that Exchange Server 2010 is the way to go? After you’ve done all your homework and reviewed the prerequisites of moving completely off of Exchange 2003 and onto Exchange 2010, this tutorial will guide you through the migration process in just 12 steps. Sound impossible? Roll up your sleeves and find out. These 12 steps are intended to be a general guide of the order you’ll need to follow in your upgrade project. It’s likely there will be some tasks specific to your organization, and some steps may require additional work. Keep in mind that this tip assumes that you will move completely off of Exchange 2003 and will not run the server in coexistence with Exchange 2010. Step 1. Verify you have met the prerequisites Before you can begin deploying Exchange 2010, you must meet a number of prerequisites. Most of these requirements are associated with preparing Active Directory for the upgrade, but there are also some server-level requirements. You should verify that the following criteria have been met: Your schema ...
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