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Presented October 12, 2010 at NYExUG Meeting Last Updated on October 12, 2010 . Exchange 2003/2007 Upgrade Path Recommendations to 2010. Additional reference information can be found in the back of the presentation on Noted References page .

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exchange 2003 2007 upgrade path recommendations to 2010

Presented October 12, 2010 at NYExUG MeetingLast Updated on October 12, 2010

Exchange 2003/2007 Upgrade Path Recommendations to 2010

Additional reference information can be found in the back of the presentation on Noted References page.

Ben SerebinEhlo & Network ConsultantREEF Solutions (www.reefsolutions.com)

If you can’t get enough Exchange & technologyread my blog http://blog.reefsolutions.com

about ben serebin
About Ben Serebin
  • Working in the IT sector since 1996
  • Specialty is Exchange Server, Spam Filtering, DNS, & Wireless.
  • Recently Completed Projects Q4 2010: Hyper-V clustering & HP SAN implementation, and 36TB+ DR replication implementation in an Exchange 2010 environment [24 servers protected via 2 backup servers & 2 DR servers via QNAP iSCSI targets].
  • Upcoming Projects: Implementing a Vmware based High Availability VM cluster on commodity hardware (16GB, no DAS, & iSCSI based).
  • Current Environment: Running Exchange 2007 Server on Windows 2008 on ESXi 4, server computing environment is entirely virtual, DC1 on ESXi 4 and DC2 on Hyper-V R2 (Windows role), Blackberry Enterprise Server Express 5, running on VMware ESXi 4. Current handheld email device is a BlackBerry Bold 9650.
agenda for presentation
Agenda for Presentation
  • Which Exchange Server versions work together (aka coexistence)
  • Install Requirements/Recommendations for Exchange 2010
  • Active Directory Requirements for Exchange 2010
  • Email Clients That Work & Don’t with Exchange 2010
  • Requirements for 2010 for AD (2000/2003/2008/2008R2)?
  • Upgrading Steps from Exchange 2003 to 2010
  • Migrating Guideline from Exchange 2007 to 2010
  • Requirements for 2010 for backups, anti-spam, & archiving.
one big exchange server happy family
One Big Exchange Server Happy Family?

Exchange Server Versions – Microsoft Supported Coexistence

Tip: older version of Exchange must exist before installing 2010

active directory is the foundation for exchange 2010
Active Directory is the foundation for Exchange 2010.

Domain Controller Version

Answers to icons (2008)

AD Domains and Trusts

AD Sites and Services

AD Users and Computers

communicating nicely with exchange 2010
Communicating Nicely with Exchange 2010

PC

Outlook 2003* (cached mode)

Outlook 2007

Outlook 2010

Mac

Entourage 2008 Web Service Edition

Outlook:Mac 2011

At our March 2010 meeting, we demo the

Outlook 2003 & Exchange 2010 problems.

See KB 2009942 article. Only Fix is cached mode.

From Technology Reviews…

upgrading exchange server 2003 to 2010
Upgrading Exchange Server 2003 to 2010

This can be a fairly straight forward upgrade. If you are aware of the following (search for TechNet ee332348):

After migration, no

more redirect to legacy.

Non-2010 mailbox users continue to use older version of OWA.

migrating from exchange server 2007 to 2010
Migrating from Exchange Server 2007 to 2010

This can be a fairly straight forward upgrade. If you are aware of the following (search for TechNet dd638158):

Message flow for 2007 & 2010 Coexistence

Installing an additional 2007 is only possible if one pre-dates the 2010 install.

requirements for pillars of exchange 2010
Requirements for Pillars of Exchange 2010

CRITICAL: do not upgrade to SP1 until you have configured and installed SP1 compliant applications.

noted references
Noted References
  • – Microsoft’s Exchange Server 2010 System Requirements http://www.microsoft.com/exchange/2010/en/us/system-requirements.aspx
  • - Microsoft TechNet – Prepare Active Directory and Domains - http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb125224.aspx
  • - Microsoft TechNet – Exchange 2003 Planning Roadmap for Upgrade and Coexistence with Exchange 2010 - http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa998186.aspx
  • – Microsoft Exchange 2010 Planning Storage Considerations
  • -Microsoft Support Policies and Recommendations for Exchange Servers in Hardware Virtualization Environmentshttp://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc794548%28EXCHG.80%29.aspx
  • - Exchange 2010 System Requirements - http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa996719.aspx
  • -Outlook 2003 not liking Exchange 2010 when run in non-cached mode http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=2009942
thank you for attending the october 2010 ny exchange user group meeting

Raffles – do not forget, if you bring in new members, you 2x, 3x, or more your chances to win raffle prizes.TechHit.com (Outlook add-ons) – raffling off any one of their products (SimplyFile [intelligent filing], EZ-Detach [easily detach multi-emails of attachments], MessageSave [backup, archive, save msgs], AutoRead [mark as read/remove new mail icon], & QuickJump [quickly open/move between Windows folders].

Thank you for attending the October 2010 NY Exchange User Group Meeting.

Now for Question of the Month……