Migrating Microsoft Exchange Server to Windows Essential Business Server (v1.4)

Now that Windows Essential Business Server was officially launched, you may be interested in knowing how to migrate Exchange Server to this new server platform. If you do, go get Migrating Microsoft Exchange Server to Windows Essential Business Server (v1.4).

Overview
This document explains how to migrate existing mailboxes, offline address book generation processes, and public folder replicas to the Windows Essential Business Server (EBS) Messaging Server. If your environment already includes Exchange Server, you must still migrate it to take full advantage of the integrated security and monitoring features in Windows EBS. Your existing servers will continue to function in the Exchange Server organization, but certain roles and features must be handled by Windows EBS.

Related Documents:

  • Windows Essential Business Server Getting Started Guide – Windows Essential Business Server provides an integrated server and management system for midsize organizations. This document summarizes the installation and configuration of Windows Essential Business Server in a production environment.
  • Windows Essential Business Server Installation Guide – Windows Essential Business Server provides an integrated server and management system for midsize networks. This document explains how to install Windows Essential Business Server in a production environment. This guide describes the procedures that you follow in the Windows Essential Business Server Installation Wizard.

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