RE: Need best solution exchange (pl take intrest)

  • From: Manickam_Annamalai <Manickam_Annamalai@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "'[ExchangeList]'" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 9 Mar 2004 09:35:27 +0530

Hi Jolyon,

Best way to migrate users with out disturbing the production is create a new
windows2000 forest and create 2way trust, migrate the user accounts from
nt4.0 to windows 2000 with SID history -  this is possible with ADMT2.0 a
native tool from MS.

If u want a better tool than this use some 3rd party tool as NetIQ, BV

For exchange join the new exchange 2000/2003 to the ex5.5 organization then
move the mailbox, dl, replicate PF & System folders.
Create connectors bet ex5.5 & 2000/2003 and ADC for coexistence.


Manickam Annamalai, 
Engineer - Networking 
Satyam Computer Services-chennai 
Office   : (044)24353221,Ex:3112 
Web Site : 
-----Original Message-----
From: jolylon [mailto:jolylon@xxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Tuesday, March 09, 2004 9:40 AM
To: [ExchangeList]
Subject: [exchangelist] Need best solution exchange (pl take intrest)

I need best solution for migration.
1.My company want to migrate from nt 4.0 to windows 2000 
2.also want to migrate its mail server exchange 4.0 to exchange 2000 

Need to know best tools for that . we want to move 10 thousand user with
mail boxes with password and permission . How it will be possible in
smooth way.

Thanks in Advance 

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