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For users who still have their mailboxes on Exchange Server 2003 or 2007, the only thing Exchange Server 2010 will do is authentication. after that their requests will be redirected or proxied to the Exchange Server 2003 or 2007 computers. For the redirection and proxying to work correctly for Exchange 2003 access, you need to configure the Exchange2003Url parameter on the Exchange 2010 OWa virtual directory. For Exchange activeSync (EaS) to be proxied correctly to Exchange Server 2003, you need to configure the Exchange 2003 EaS virtual directory to allow Windows Integrated authentication. Other Exchange services rely on the Exchange Server 2007 internalURL and externalURL parameters on virtual directories to redirect and proxy traffic as appropriate for each service. For more information on this, see the TechNet documentation on Exchange Server 2010 migration at http://technet .microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee332348.aspx for Exchange Server 2003 and http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd351133.aspx for Exchange Server 2007. In coexistence between Exchange Server 2003 or 2007 with Exchange Server 2010, your end users should never have to reconfigure their e-mail clients manually, or learn a different OWa UrL. When the Exchange servers are configured correctly and the legacy namespace is deployed, all of the client configuration your users use, and the OWa UrL they already know, should continue to work seamlessly. at the time of this writing, a few mobile phones implementing Exchange activeSync (EaS) have a bug preventing them from following EaS redirections correctly. Until these device bugs are fixed, users of these devices will need to manually change the configuration on the phone to use the legacy namespace. By the time you read this, I hope there will be fixes for all mobile devices that have this problem from the device manufacturers.
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In your Exchange Server 2003 environment, both free/busy functionality and offline address book distribution are provided by public folders in particular, system folders. The Availability service in Exchange Server 2010 replaces or supplements the free/busy system folders in Exchange Server 2003, depending on the version of Outlook deployed. In many enterprise environments, the version of Microsoft Office, and in particular Microsoft Outlook, deployed and supported to end users is managed by an IT group separate from the messaging team usually an enterprise desktop deployment team who must test the new version of Office extensively against the organization s standard desktop build and applications to ensure compatibility. This means that the deployment of Outlook 2007 or Outlook 2010 can be in a project plan separate from the upgrade of the messaging infrastructure to Exchange Server 2010, and users may receive the new version of Outlook before or after their mailboxes have been moved to Exchange Server 2010. So coexistence of Outlook 2003 with Exchange Server 2010 could be a major factor in your implementation.
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Because the Exchange Server 2010 Availability service cannot be used by Outlook 2003, you will need to maintain system folders in your environment as long as Outlook 2003 is in use. The free/busy retrieval methodology for various clients and mailboxes is shown in Table 14-9.
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TABLE 14-9 Free/Busy Retrieval in Exchange 2010
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TARGET MAILBOX
FREE/BUSY ACCESS METHOD
Outlook 2007
Exchange 2010 or Exchange 2007
Exchange 2010 or Exchange 2007
Availability service reads free/busy information from the target mailbox. Availability service makes HTTP connections to the /public virtual directory of the Exchange 2003 mailbox. Free/busy information is published in public folders. Free/busy information is published in public folders. Availability service reads free/busy information from the target mailbox. Availability service makes HTTP connections to the /public virtual directory of the Exchange 2003 mailbox. Free/busy information is published in public folders.
Outlook 2007
Exchange 2010 or Exchange 2007
Exchange 2003
Outlook 2003
Exchange 2010 or Exchange 2007 Exchange 2010 or Exchange 2007 Exchange 2010 or Exchange 2007
Exchange 2010 or Exchange 2007 Exchange 2003
Outlook 2003
Outlook Web App
Exchange 2010 or Exchange 2007
Outlook Web App
Exchange 2010 or Exchange 2007
Exchange 2003
Exchange 2003
Exchange 2010 or Exchange 2007
To maintain coexistence and pave the way for a smooth upgrade to Exchange Server 2010, you need to maintain public folders, and system folders in particular, until at least all mailboxes have been moved to Exchange 2010 and all Outlook clients have been upgraded to at least Outlook 2007. In addition, if you have any custom applications that query free/busy information, ensure that these applications will be able to use the Availability service API; otherwise, you will
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