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The most effective way to migrate from a POP3 or IMAP4 messaging system to Exchange Server 2007 is a clean cut over The POP3 client will download each item from the POP server and store it locally Because many organizations that use POP or IMAP servers actually use Microsoft Outlook as a client for their systems, all a user has to do to migrate is reconfigure their Outlook profile to point to the Exchange 2007 Client Access Server Alternatively, they can create an Exchange mail account in their Outlook profile that points to an Exchange 2007 mailbox server IMAP is a little bit more involved because, unlike POP, IMAP4 clients only download header information from the server until the mail is opened What that means is that only the mail that the user reads is kept locally on their machine It is possible to configure IMAP4 clients to download the full message when they connect to the server, though Therefore, a migration from IMAP would potentially have the additional step of reconfiguring the clients and verifying that they have downloaded all their mail before the reconfiguration Another option for POP or IMAP server migrations is to leave them running for a period of time to allow users to continue to access their mail from the server but not to allow the server to send or receive any new mail The clients can be configured with Exchange 2007 as a separate e-mail account in the same Outlook profile
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Summary
It is critical to develop a roadmap for deploying Exchange Server 2007 Documenting your existing environment is the best way to start Because of the new hardware requirements for Exchange 2007 there are limited ways in which you can upgrade Since there is no in-place upgrade method, you will need to either transition to Exchange 2007 or migrate to Exchange 2007 If you are not running Exchange 2000 or Exchange 2003 in your current environment you will not be able to transition, you will have to migrate There is a high level of coexistence between Exchange 2000/2003 and Exchange 2007 that can make administration easier and the end user experience better When you migrate you will have to determine what level of interoperability you want to support and for how long you want to support them In this chapter we covered the details of each of these methods as well as various tools that can be used to migrate from non-Exchange messaging systems to Exchange 2007, so that you can make a more informed decision when you lay out your roadmap to Exchange 2007
Administering Exchange Server 2007
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CHAPTER 6 Administering Mailbox Servers CHAPTER 7 Administering Hub and Edge Transport Servers CHAPTER 8 Administering Client Access Servers CHAPTER 9 Administering Uni ed Messaging Servers
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Administering Mailbox Servers
p to this point in the book we have looked at the fundamentals of Exchange Server 2007 and how to deploy an Exchange 2007 organization While the deployment of your first Exchange 2007 Servers is critical, that will not constitute the majority of the work you will do with Exchange Server 2007 long term You will need to take the fundamentals and apply them to the daily operations Part III of this book is dedicated to the details of administration Administrative tasks can be categorized by, and coincide with, the five Exchange Server 2007 Server roles This chapter covers the Mailbox Server role, 7 covers the HUB and Edge Transport roles, 8 covers the Client Access Server role and 9 covers the Unified Messaging Server role
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