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HowTo Ex2007 w/Hosted Domains -> Ex 2013

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HowTo Ex2007 w/Hosted Domains -> Ex 2013 - 19.Dec.2013 11:48:03 AM   


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Hi all,

We have an Exchange Server 2007 running Hosted Domains (set up accordingly to the article here : http://www.msexchange.org/articles-tutorials/exchange-server-2007/migration-deployment/shared-hosting-exchange-2007-part1.html )

This is a single installation server meaning it is running all services locally on same physical server.

Is there a straight forward upgrade, or is there certain problems ahead of me for doing such an upgrade?

Any assistance would be highly sppreciated!

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RE: HowTo Ex2007 w/Hosted Domains -> Ex 2013 - 12.Jan.2014 7:58:40 AM   


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I assume you are running exchange server as hosted exchange server.
In exchange server 2013, there's no such thing call hosted.

You can't upgrade exchange 2007 to exchange 2013, you will have migrate it.
You will have to install exchange 2013 in the existing environment and then perform the migration.

Also have a look at Address Book Policy of Exchange 2013.


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