Migration from one Exchange to another

MichaelJackal

I want a method through which I can migrate the mailboxes from the Live Exchnage 2007 to Exchange Server 2013. Please suggest me the feasible steps through which I can able to perform all these things quickly?

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jimlynch
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Christopher's link should help you with this. Just take your time and do each step carefully.

Christopher Nerney
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Microsoft has a page in its Exchange support section on mailbox moves in Exchange 2013. There are too many steps to explain here, but it all starts with a "move request." You will need to be assigned permissions before you can move mailboxes to another server.

 

A "batch moves" function included in Exchange 2013  enables the moving of multiple mailboxes in large batches. To move mailboxes from 2007 to 2013, you'll need to use the Exchange 2013 admin center and the Exchange Management Shell, according to Microsoft.

 

 

 

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