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    Thanks to everyone

    Thanks for all the help guys, It looks like, it is something to do with the ISP's LAN. I can't get to the correct people to solve this problem out and I am stuck with the single point of contact. I ended up getting rid off the Exchange 2010 (My ISP will be the next). I am thinking of trying Live@edu.

    Thanks again.

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    Thanks for all the help guys, It looks like, it is something to do with the ISP's LAN. I can't get to the correct people to solve this problem out and I am stuck with the single point of contact. I ended up getting rid off the Exchange 2010 (My ISP will be the next). I am thinking of trying Live@edu.

    Thanks again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vito View Post
    Thanks for all the help guys, It looks like, it is something to do with the ISP's LAN. I can't get to the correct people to solve this problem out and I am stuck with the single point of contact. I ended up getting rid off the Exchange 2010 (My ISP will be the next). I am thinking of trying Live@edu.

    Thanks again.
    I keep on saying this but no idea why people are still running local exchange servers in this day and age. Google Apps and Live@edu are such a huge improvement.

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    I would love to be on live@edu myself but we are running an in house Exchange 2010 system and the tools offered by Microsoft for that type of migration are lacking.

    One partner quoted us £5000 to do the migration for 150 mailboxes.
    At that cost we will have to wait! :s

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndiMarv View Post
    I would love to be on live@edu myself but we are running an in house Exchange 2010 system and the tools offered by Microsoft for that type of migration are lacking.

    One partner quoted us £5000 to do the migration for 150 mailboxes.
    At that cost we will have to wait! :s
    WTF!

    We migrated 1000 users in 2 days, it was easy.

    There are also tools like metavis that will do this for you if you really need automation. It really wasn't a big problem for us, we did it manually for staff by simply adding both mailboxes to outlook and dragging the emails over. For students we just ran the old exchange server webmail for 6 months while making the new one default homepage.

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    @zag - did you use two different domains for mail delivery? or did you just switch your MX records straight over to the hosted Exchange?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pantscat View Post
    @zag - did you use two different domains for mail delivery? or did you just switch your MX records straight over to the hosted Exchange?
    Yes we registered a new email domain and got rid of our old long .sch.uk address.

    Worked well as we ran them in parallel for a few months so no one really complained and they liked the fact it was a shorted email address.

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