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Groupwise 5.5 migration woes - 3.Jun.2003 3:43:00 PM   
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Example of my environment.

domain.com (Root of domain, running Exchange)
|_A.Domain.com (Exchange)
|__B.Domain.com (Exchange)
|___C.Domain.com (Groupwise)
|__Company.C.Domain.com (Groupwise wanting to move to exchange)

Everyone in our domain from the root down is using windows 2000 servers/AD. If I am Company.C.Domain.com, what is the best way to move myself to exchange? I'm not too sure how well the groupwise connector supplied with exchange 2k will work. And I know it won't work at all if we decide to cluster this server(which I know my supervisor wants done eventually.) Someone had recommended Novell's E-directory to help with the directory sychronization, but not sure how much it will help.
Also, is there any way to get the email data off the groupwise server into a .pst or other type file so that if there are any problems migrating the users over, that no data is lost?(A tool like EXMERGE would be great if there was one out there that would work with groupwise.)

Any help would be appreciated!

Thanks!
-Larry
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