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Migration advice - Ex 5.5 to Ex 2003 - 11.Dec.2003 5:02:00 PM   
Andy Mac

 

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Hello
I am aware that I need to go 5.5 to 2000 first, then to 2003 but could I please have some assistance in the following seemingly simple scenario ! ! ?

I have two NT4 domains. They trust each other. There exists an Exchange 5.5 Org with 2 sites.

Phase 1:
The NT4 Domains are to be upgraded to a SINGLE 2003 AD Domain.

Phase 2:
What should I do about Exchange ? Any suggested methods ? There are 500+ accts in one site, only about 10 in the second. There are about 300 Public folders. The IMS exists in the larger site and an X400 connector takes care of message delivery.

If anyone has time to sketch out this little scenario and mail me a reply it would be very much appreciated.

Andy Mac
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RE: Migration advice - Ex 5.5 to Ex 2003 - 12.Dec.2003 6:05:00 PM   
pcunite@fsmail.net

 

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This site might be useful to you.
http://www.outlookexchange.com/

Also this will be good for the client side.
http://goff.nu/products/windows/profiler/overview.html

(in reply to Andy Mac)
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