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Migrating to Windows 2008 - 5.Aug.2014 5:24:32 AM   
jay2kay

 

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I currently have a network with 1 Exchange 2007 Server running Windows 2003 (50 mailboxes) and a file server running Server 2003. I have purchased a new high spec server and I am looking to migrate the exchange server to the new server so it is running Exchange 2007 on Windows 2008.
I have several questions:-
What is the best way to migrate all the settings, terminal services, active directory, dns etc?
What is the best way to migrate the Mailboxes with minimal down time?

Many thanks

Jason
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RE: Migrating to Windows 2008 - 5.Aug.2014 4:20:33 PM   
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Our company had a similar situation migrating from Exchange 2003 to 2013. It was a cross forest migration with about 2k mailboxes. Delegates, Distribution Lists and PF's were very important for day-to-day activities. We eventually ended up going with a third party tool (Priasoft). Their Migration Suite allowed us to migrate all users and had an option where we could decide who goes first (VIP). We chose to migrate data only from the past 30 days to the target environment. Getting everyone over to the other side in a timely matter allowed everyone to access all Outlook Clients as needed. While 'backfilling' the rest of the data (anything over 30 days). It was a great feature.

Not to mention having the dry run allowed us to expose issues with a few dozen mailboxes that were corrupted before we started the production migration. It gave us an exact schedule on how long the migration would take. Saved us a huge headache. Not sure if your project has started yet, http://www.priasoft.com/

Also looks like they are running a special for those who want to move from 2003.

http://www.priasoft.com/exchange-server-2003/

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RE: Migrating to Windows 2008 - 5.Aug.2014 11:18:33 PM   
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You can try edb to pst **** software. This is the simple way to convert edb files to PST files format. Its convert large sized EDB files and save them into PST files. you can Import or Export and report generate also. For more information about this utility at here:- http://www.****-****.com/

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RE: Migrating to Windows 2008 - 7.Aug.2014 10:55:51 PM   
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Don't worry, you just download the free trial version of exchange server edb recovery software, This tool perfectly repair corrupt exchange edb file (if required) and proficient to convert edb file to pst file without any problem.You just try the free trial version and get the results: http://www.****/edb-to-pst-****.html
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RE: Migrating to Windows 2008 - 8.Nov.2014 6:14:26 AM   
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Software one can very easily repair corrupt or lost EDB files as well as convert them into useable Outlook PST files.It completely export EDB to PST without any changes in formatting and structure of Exchange database.

Try:- http://www.exchangeedb.pcrecoverytools.com/

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