Initiation Phase: Defining the Scope and Goals

Upgrading to Exchange Server 2003 can be a simple process for basic messaging environments, or as challenging as a complete network operating system upgrade for more complex organizations. In most environments Exchange is implemented on multiple servers, and an upgrade will affect a number of other software applications. In fact, changes to the Exchange environment may affect the daily lives of the employees to a much greater extent than moving from NT to Windows Server 2003 (or even more than an upgrade from a non-Microsoft environment), because they will most likely receive a new Outlook client and change the way they access email remotely. With an operating system upgrade, the end-users often ...

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