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May 20, 2011

Definitive Guide to Exchange Server 2010 Migration

Maybe now is the time for your organization to upgrade to Exchange Server 2010. Do you know what you're getting into? Do you have a plan for your Exchange Server 2010 migration? In this e-book, our experts dissect all the steps involved in the tricky process of upgrading.


  • E-book: Planning for an Exchange Server 2010 migration

    Migrating to Exchange Server 2010 from the 2007 edition is becoming a must, as the 2010 edition offers improved email archiving, high-availability, and optimal storage features. But as you begin to explore the possibilities of upgrading to Exchange 2010, do you have a proper plan in place?

  • Mastering the art of Exchange migration documentation

    This sample chapter explains how to draft a useful migration document and outlines key points your Exchange Server upgrade document should include, such as management strategies, storage design, software compatibility and more.

  • Step-by-step guide to migrating from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010

    While Exchange 2010 promises to offer enhanced communication and collaboration capabilities, the migration process can still be a challenge for even the most diligent IT professional. Take a look at this e-book from the editors at for a top-to-bottom, expert analysis of the Exchange migration process from from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010.

  • Load testing and security during an Exchange 2010 migration

    This chapter of our Exchange 2010 migration e-book explains how to test Exchange 2010 with native and third-party management tools and how best to protect your investment, including advice for load testing and security.

  • Exchange 2010: Keeping up with Exchange Server performance

    Keeping Exchange Server 2010 running at full torque requires diligent management and administration. This e-guide examines some of the most common performance issues and explains how to mitigate them. Exchange MVP Andy Grogan also details best practices you should follow to prevent any performance setbacks.


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