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Exchange 2k or 2003? - 15.Jan.2004 3:09:00 PM   
howardphillis

 

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I am about to migrate my Exchange 5.5 installation and I was looking for some advice on whether to go to 2000 first or jump straight to 2003. I have carried out all of the preparations for a 2000 install. Is there anything else I need to do for 2003? My situation is slightly complicated by the fact that I am currently running 5.5 Standard but want to move to Enterprise. I only have a Standard version of 2000 and I don't think I will be able to get 2000 Enterprise now, so when I do upgrade to Enterprise it will have to be 2003. Basically, my question is am I safer installing 2003 Enterprise on a new server and moving my 5.5 mailboxes across, or installing 2000 Standard and moving my mailboxes and then doing an in-place upgrade to 2003 Enterprise, or some other combination. Any thoughts greatly appreciated.
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RE: Exchange 2k or 2003? - 16.Jan.2004 2:34:00 PM   
prabhakar

 

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hi
install a 2003 enterprise then move mail boxes
thats better as forme

thanks
prabhakar

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