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    Migrating Exchange 2003 to new hardware.....

    Im planning to move my exchange over to some better hardware. Can I get away with installing exchange on the new server, moving the mailboxes over and the using an alias of the old server name so I dont have to reconfigure clients? Obviously getting rid of DNS records of the original?
    Any thoughts as Im just compiling a job list and Im trying to guage how long stuff is going to take.

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    Re: Migrating Exchange 2003 to new hardware.....

    It says this though:

    APPLIES TO
    • Microsoft Exchange Server 4.0 Standard Edition
    • Microsoft Exchange Server 5.0 Standard Edition
    • Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5 Standard Edition

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    Re: Migrating Exchange 2003 to new hardware.....

    I swear you do voodoo with some of these search engines I tried almost that exact wording and came up with nothing :P

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    Re: Migrating Exchange 2003 to new hardware.....

    One has to ask the right question.

    http://www.google.co.uk/search?q=mov...to+new+machine

    First hit.

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    Re: Migrating Exchange 2003 to new hardware.....

    I tried "migrate exchange 2003 to another server" and got nothing useful :?

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    Re: Migrating Exchange 2003 to new hardware.....

    Thats because its an entirely different search. You'll get lots of unhelpful articles about migrating from Exchange 2000 with that.

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