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    Migrating Microsoft Exchange Server to Windows Essential Business Server

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    This document explains how to migrate existing mailboxes, offline address book generation processes, and public folder replicas to the Windows Essential Business Server (EBS) Messaging Server.
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      1.4

      File Name:

      MMS_Exch_Migration.doc

      MMS_Exch_Migration.pdf

      MMS_Exch_Migration.xps

      Date Published:

      11/13/2008

      File Size:

      213 KB

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        This document explains how to migrate existing mailboxes, offline address book generation processes, and public folder replicas to the Windows Essential Business Server (EBS) Messaging Server. If your environment already includes Exchange Server, you must still migrate it to take full advantage of the integrated security and monitoring features in Windows EBS. Your existing servers will continue to function in the Exchange Server organization, but certain roles and features must be handled by Windows EBS.
    • Supported Operating System

      Windows Essential Business Server, Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista

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