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Exchange 2007 - Server transition - 8.Mar.2010 9:14:08 AM   


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Hi all,

I have an Exchange 2007 server in my organization already and I want to change it because Hardware is too old.

I'd like to know how to make the transition as transparent as possible. In fact, I did install a new Exchange 2007 server in my domain, but when I've moved a mailbox on the new server, nothing happen. Unable to send or receive mail since the move. Probably a routing problem...

So, I really need to know how to proceed, because I don't much space available on my old server.

Best regards,

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RE: Exchange 2007 - Server transition - 8.Mar.2010 4:08:44 PM   


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Did you configure send/receive connectors on the new server? Can you manually send messages by using telnet ?


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Johan Veldhuis

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RE: Exchange 2007 - Server transition - 12.Mar.2010 11:35:00 AM   


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Well, Usually the best way to do such a transition was :-

# Take Backup
# Uninstall the Exchange from the old server
# Run Setup /recoverserver on new server.
# Restore the backup.
# Connect the mailboxes...!!!  Done...

Now, as you already brought a new server with installation and moved the mailbox check Send/Receive connectors as jveldh suggested..

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RE: Exchange 2007 - Server transition - 6.Apr.2010 9:12:22 PM   


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The internal routing connectors should have installed correctly on setup into an existing AD Exchange 2007 organisation? All you need to do is decide which one connects for external transport or both even but thats down to mx records and DNS. there is an interorg cmdlet you can hardcode if there is a problem, but there shouldnt be.

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