Microsoft Exchange

edits: ADMT 3.2 for domain migration of users http://blogs.technet.com/b/askds/archive/2010/06/19/admt-3-2-released.aspx

 

Prerequisites

  • Make sure that the functional level of your forest is at least Windows Server 2003, and that the schema master is running Windows Server 2003 with Service Pack 1 (SP1) or later.
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 must be used for all servers running Exchange 2010 server roles or management tools.
  • Exchange 2010 cannot coexist with any versions older than 2003.

The use of 64-bit Active Directory domain controllers increases directory service performance for Exchange 2010.

Upgrade process, Exchange 2003 to 2010;

You can only deploy Exchange 2010 in an Exchange 2003 organization that operates in native mode. Use Exchange System Manager to change the Exchange organization to native mode on an Exchange 2003 server, as follows:

  1. Start Exchange System Manager. Click Start ProgramsMicrosoft ExchangeSystem Manager.
  2. Right-click the organization, and then click Properties.
  3. Click the General tab, and then, under Change Operations Mode, click Change Mode. Click Yes if you are sure that you want to permanently switch the organization’s mode to native mode.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa998186.aspx

Checklist for Upgrading from Exchange 2003 and Exchange 2007 to Exchange 2010
Done? Task Topic
1. Verify system requirements Exchange 2010 System Requirements
2. Confirm prerequisite steps are done for Exchange 2003 and Exchange 2007 Exchange 2010 Prerequisites
3. Configure disjoint namespace 

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This step is optional. It’s only necessary if your organization is running a disjoint namespace.
Configure the DNS Suffix Search List for a Disjoint Namespace
4. Install the Client Access server role Install Exchange Server 2010
5. Add digital certificates on the Client Access server Create a New Exchange Certificate
6. Enable Outlook Anywhere 

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This step is optional. It’s only necessary if you want to use the Outlook Anywhere component of Exchange 2010.
Enable Outlook Anywhere
7. Configure settings on virtual directories, including OAB, Web Services, ECP, Outlook Web App, and Exchange ActiveSync virtual directories 

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This step is necessary if you want to use Exchange Web Services, Outlook Anywhere, or the offline address book. It also may be required if you need to change any of the default settings for the Exchange Control Panel, Outlook Web App, or Exchange ActiveSync.
Create an Offline Address Book Virtual Directory 

Configure ECP Virtual Directory Properties

View or Configure Outlook Web App Virtual Directories

View or Configure Exchange ActiveSync Virtual Directory Properties

8. Install the Hub Transport server role Install Exchange Server 2010
9. Configure a legacy host name Upgrade from Exchange 2007 Client Access
10. Install the Unified Messaging server role 

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This step is optional. It’s only necessary if you want to use Unified Messaging in your organization.
Upgrade from Exchange 2007 to Exchange 2010 RTM Unified Messaging 

Checklist: Upgrade from Exchange 2007 to Exchange 2010 RTM UM

Install the Exchange 2010 Unified Messaging Server Role

11. Configure Unified Messaging 

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This step is optional. It’s only necessary if you want to use Unified Messaging in your organization.
Checklist: Upgrade from Exchange 2007 to Exchange 2010 RTM UM
12. Install the Mailbox server role Install Exchange Server 2010 

Upgrade from Exchange 2007 Mailbox

Upgrade from Exchange 2003 Mailbox

13. Change the offline address book generation server Move the Offline Address Book Generation Process to Another Server
14. Install the Edge Transport server role 

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This step is optional. It’s only necessary if you want to use the Edge server role in your organization.
Install Exchange Server 2010 

Upgrade from Exchange 2007 Transport

15. Subscribe the Edge Transport server 

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This step is optional. It’s only necessary if you want to use the Edge server role in your organization.
Create an Edge Subscription File on an Edge Transport Server 

Import an Edge Subscription File to an Active Directory Site

16. Move mailboxes from Exchange 2003 or Exchange 2007 to Exchange 2010 Create a Local Move Request
17. Move public folder data to Exchange 2010 Configure Public Folder Replication
18. Post-installation tasks Exchange 2010 Post-Installation Tasks

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