Im looking fo recommendations for a company to help/perform our migration from our old onprem exchange box to o365.
We have dirsync working but im struggling to get rpc over http working t oactually do the migration. Ive followed the various guides but still no luck
Setup is single exchange 2003 > Isa 2006 owa is working fine
So im going to farm it out.
We want to take all the staff email and start the students afresh
Anybody got any recommendations ?
Where are you based? Do you wan someone local?
Or do a quick upgrade to Exchange 2010 then use that to push all the mailboxes to o365, probably cheaper and quicker in the long run, just need a meaty workstation to house an temporary install of the latest version of 2010.
I've just done exchange 2003 to office 365 . If you do the exchange test to get exchange anywhere working it's fairly easy to migrate the emails over in few days. I just followed the staged migration guide and used the office 365 wizard with dirsync
Shaping cloud. They did ours and their communication and planning throughout was superb!!
thanks for all the sugestions , we have done the connection test and I know where the problem is I just cant seem to fix it it that https over rpc is not working.
@snagrat were in county Durham local would be good or even a remote session to help out thith the https>rpc bit
@xenonive there is no exchange anywhere in 2003 it's rpc over https what gateway are you using ? as im sure it's an isa issue but cant find anything to help me
very tempted to chuck up a 2010 box might have to start reading up on whats needed to do that asap
just read the deploy brief for 2010 and I think id be in the same position still got to get it through isa
I have someone coming in this afternoon to talk to me about us moving from in house 2010 to O365. I used to work for the company he works for so know him and trust that they will be able to do what they say they can.
Can PM or email you his details if you like?
yes please on the details,
I ve read quite a few of alexs' blogs will give them a try
keep them coming
Sorry I meant Outlook Anywhere which is really just RPC over HTTP , I used this guide to get it to connect How can I configure RPC over HTTP/S on Exchange 2003 (single server scenario)? , I move the Exchange over in to open connection via ISA 2006 server. You shouldn't need any more ports opened over than port 80 and 443 , the ports in the guide are just for internal servers to talk to each other.
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