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Figure 3-5 E-mail Upgrade Options
4. On the E-mail Service Options window, select the Corporate or Workgroup option, and
click Next to continue (Figure 3-6).
Figure 3-6 E-mail Service Options
5. After you complete the installation and before you launch the Microsoft Outlook client, you
must specify an Administrator profile.
3.3.3 Specifying an Exchange Administrator mail profile
To migrate users from Microsoft Exchange, you must connect to the Exchange server that has
the mailboxes you want to migrate. You connect to an Exchange server by selecting the
Administrator mail profile for the Exchange server that you want to migrate. The Administrator
account, which must have the Service Account Administrator role for the Exchange site and
server, gives you full access to all accounts and all mailboxes in the Exchange server
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The profile you use should connect with the Microsoft Exchange server service only; do not
use a profile that connects to multiple messaging services. If necessary, create a new profile
for use during migration. The profile must be available locally or on a network drive accessible
from the workstation where you are running the Domino Administrator. In our test
environment, the Windows NT user account with Service account administrator role was the
Verifying the service account administrator role
Complete the following steps to see the user with the service account administrator role on
the Microsoft Exchange site and server:
1. Launch the Microsoft Exchange Administrator program, and select the site name. In our
example, the site was called EXCHDOM1. See Figure 3-7.
Figure 3-7 Exchange Administrator
2. Select File-> Properties as shown in Figure 3-8.
Figure 3-8 Microsoft Exchange site properties
3. Click the Permissions tab on the pop-up window to display the Windows NT accounts
with permissions, Service Account Admin. role, for this site. See Figure 3-9.
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Figure 3-9 Exchange site permissions
4. To see the user account with the Service Account administrator role on the Exchange
server, select the Microsoft Exchange server name as shown in Figure 3-10. In our
example, the Exchange server was EXCH55_1.
Figure 3-10 Microsoft Exchange Administrator: Exchange server
5. Select File-> Properties as shown in Figure 3-11.
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Figure 3-11 Exchange server properties
6. Click the Permissions tab on the window that appears to display the Windows NT
accounts with permissions, Service Account Admin role, for this server. See Figure 3-12.
Figure 3-12 Exchange server permissions
Directory permissions on Microsoft Exchange
You control access to objects in the directory by using the Microsoft Exchange Administrator
program to assign roles to Windows NT user accounts and groups. Roles are sets of
permissions that define how much and what type of access a user or group has to an object.
For example, the Administrator role gives administrators a number of permissions that help
them perform their daily tasks. You can define custom roles or use the following default roles
provided with the Microsoft Exchange server:
Service Account Admin
View Only Admin