N/APosted on - 06/20/2012
I’m an exchange server 2003 user. And I’m having exchange 2007 which I will setup in a different network, and they are not interconnected. I would like to transfer the 2003 mailbox to the 2007 system. I tried to copy the data and then mount it, but this didn’t work. Can someone give an advice on how to resolve this?
Please help me. Thanks in advance.
I like to transfer Exchange 2003 mailbox to the 2007.
Normally, you can not do this as the easy way. You will not able to transfer or move it. Only one solution that you can ExMerge out the data from the source server. Then you can import it into the ExMerge 2007 server. You must know or remember that you can not highest 2 GB data can be ExMerge.
If you need more than data, then you have to export those data using Outlook express. But the best way to copy/backup all the data on your hard drive and then upload or export it to the destination. though it is the tough work but you need to save all of your data on new serve. So carefully transfer all the files and never chose any fast way to resolve it. You may take time to solve this. But no problem.
This time is very essential for you backup or save your data.