John: To further elaborate we are using a Single Exchange Server model and it is not FE-BE setup. What we are trying is to migrate the Exchange with AD to a new box. Thanks & Regards Mitul Zaveri _____ From: exchangelist-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:exchangelist-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of John B Sent: Wednesday, May 30, 2007 7:55 PM To: exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [ExchangeList] Re: Migration of Exchange 2003 to New Hardware Mitul, Are there any firewalls between your OWA server and your backend server? Maybe you need to write the same rules on the firewall for the new backend server your migrated these 6-7 mailboxes to. ________________ John Bowles ----- Original Message ---- From: Mitul Zaveri <mitul@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> To: exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Wednesday, May 30, 2007 9:26:33 AM Subject: [ExchangeList] Migration of Exchange 2003 to New Hardware Hi all, We are in a process of moving an existing Exchange 2003 Enterprise Edition with AD to another new server. Once moved the old server will be decommissioned. We have kept the domain name same. We are also going to retain the IP addresses. We have already setup the new server as ADC and installed Exchange 2003 SP2 in the same Organization. The Server is also acting as a global catalog. We have replicated the Public Folders and Offline Address list. We have tried moving 6-7 mailboxes on the new server. After moving the mailboxes when we try to access them using the same OWA URL which was used earlier we do get a login page, But after inserting the login and password for moved mailboxes we get page cannot be displayed. Can somebody throw light on this behaviour. Also it would be helpful in case somebody can guide the procedure to move forward on this migration. Appreciate your feedback and thanks in advance. Thanks & Regards Mitul Zaveri _____ No need to miss a message. Get email <http://us.rd.yahoo.com/evt=43910/*http://mobile.yahoo.com/mail> on-the-go with Yahoo! Mail for Mobile. Get <http://us.rd.yahoo.com/evt=43910/*http://mobile.yahoo.com/mail> started.