The Decommissioning Process

You just completed the process of moving your mailboxes from your legacy Exchange servers to Exchange Server 2007. In Chapter 7, you learned how to replicate your public folder infrastructure to your new Exchange server as well. At this point, you can begin the process of tearing down your legacy infrastructure and removing legacy Exchange servers from your organization. By the time you finish with this section, you won’t have any legacy Exchange servers left to deal with, and the coexistence phase of your transition will be over.

Re-Home Client Services

Some changes have taken place between Exchange versions with regard to client-based services. These services include Outlook Web Access, and RPC-over-HTTP, now called ...

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