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Designing Exchange 2k7 with Forest Resource and existing Exchange 2k3 Server

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Designing Exchange 2k7 with Forest Resource and existin... - 24.Sep.2007 7:55:53 PM   
birddog

 

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Folks...I wanted to bounce off some design ideas I am contending with.

Existing -
1 - forest/domain and Exchange Server (all on the same box :(   ) on a site in Europe.
2. - U.S. site has no domain and exchange with email access via Outlook via HTTP.

Design Idea -

1.) Build a new Forest and DC in US site for users.
2.) Build a new Forest for Exchange resource.
3.) Establish a one-way outgoing trust between Resource forest and other forest's.
4.) Build the new Exchange 2k7 in the Resource forest.

With this setup, can I link/integrate the Exchange 2k7 with the existing Exchange 2k3?  Ideally, I want to move the mailboxes from 2k3 to 2k7 but slowly, not all at once.  Can I do this in with this setup and in the mean time will users pointing to E2k3 still work vs, mailboxes on E2k7 recieve mail?

Complicated scenerio but trying to think it out and best approach for this.

Thanks...BirdDog.
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