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However, to enable Web-based distribution, you need to move the OAB to an Exchange Server 2010 computer because Exchange Server 2003 only supports public folder distribution for OABs. Moving OABs to Exchange Server 2010 can be accomplished through the EMC or the EMS. The move task in EMC is accomplished by navigating to the Offline Address Book tab in the Mailbox node beneath the Organization Configuration container, and then clicking Move from the Actions pane as shown in Figure 14-9 (or by right-clicking the OAB and selecting Move).
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FIGURE 14-9 Moving OABs from EMC
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To perform the operation via the EMS, the cmdlet to move all the OABs to an Exchange Server 2010 computer called Seattle-EX10 from an Exchange Server 2003 computer called Seattle-EX03 is:
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Get-OfflineAddressBook -Server Seattle-EX03 | Move-OfflineAddressBook -Server Seattle-EX10
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The GUID of the OAB to be moved is required for the Move-OfflineAddressBook cmdlet. The OABs from the source server are retrieved with Get-OfflineAddressBook, and piping this output to Move-OfflineAddressBook provides the necessary GUIDs to the cmdlet for the move. To enable Web-based distribution for the address books after they have been moved to Exchange Server 2010 you need to either create a new virtual directory for a distribution point or determine which existing one is to be used for the purpose. To set the distribution point
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for the Default Offline Address List to an Exchange Server 2010 Client Access server named Seattle-EX10, the following cmdlets will retrieve the OAB virtual directory on Seattle-EX10, and then configure that virtual directory as the distribution point for the OAB:
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$a=Get-OabVirtualDirectory -Server Seattle-EX10 Set-OfflineAddressBook "Default Offline Address List" -VirtualDirectories $a
Client Considerations
Outlook versions earlier than Outlook 2003 are not supported with Exchange Server 2010 mailboxes. As outlined in the Outlook Interoperability section of this chapter, if Outlook 2003 is in use, one of the primary considerations for planning mailbox moves is that RPC connectivity for MAPI clients requires RPC encryption by default in Exchange Server 2010.
recipient Update Service Migration
In addition to considering the Outlook version or versions deployed in the environment, you need to consider how recipients are provisioned in Exchange Server 2010 compared to Exchange Server 2003 as well as how e-mail address policies are applied.
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The Recipient Update Service (RUS) was introduced in Exchange Server 2000 and used in Exchange Server 2003 as well. Its job was to locate and complete the provisioning process for newly created recipient objects in Active Directory by creating Exchange-specific attribute values on the objects. The RUS was also responsible for updating existing objects by modifying the Active Directory s object s appropriate attributes. The two types of the RUS in an Exchange Server 2003 organization are the Enterprise Configuration Recipient Update Service (one instance per Exchange Server 2003 organization) and the domain Recipient Update Service. As its name implies, there is one instance of the domain RUS for each domain that contains mail or mailbox-enabled users. When you created an Exchange Server 2003 mail or mailbox-enabled user or mail-enabled group using the Active Directory Users and Computers (ADUC) console, a few key attributes were set immediately when the object was created. These attributes allowed the RUS to discover the object and complete the provisioning process by backfilling the remaining Exchange-specific attributes asynchronously.
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In Exchange Server 2007 and higher, including Exchange Server 2010, recipient objects are now fully provisioned as they are created in the EMS or the EMC GUI; the RUS background process to discover and update objects has been removed. This means that mailboxes can be used immediately after being created in Exchange Server 2010; with the RUS, the asynchronous process had to stamp the user object before the recipient or mailbox was usable. This meant that if problems arose they could be complicated to troubleshoot; the RUS was an asynchronous process and it could be difficult to determine whether it wasn t working or was just delayed.
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