if you do everything that the link tells you do and shut down the old exchange
2000 server, some outlook clinets will feeze up.
and the new exchange might behave a little funky.
You also has to rehomed the freebusy folder and Ooff line address book to new
server & let ie replicate. There's an MS article about it.
I wish I had it but look for the article it tell you more or less that u have
to do it and how.
> I'll bite....What are we missing Claudio?
> > Ok,
> > There's something not listed in that link.
> > I had to do the same and found myself in a situation where the old
> > even after moving all mailboxes needed to be up in order for the new to be
> > functional.
> > I can tell you. But I am sure you can guess.
> > Let me know.
> > > Thanks for the info
> > > > Follow this method and you will be golden. You won't be able to keep
> > > > same server name, but that shouldn't matter. The link explains why.
> > > > http://www.swinc.com/resource/e2kfaq_appxa.htm
> > > > --
> > > > Ben Winzenz
> > > > Network Engineer
> > > > Gardner & White
> > > > > Hi,
> > > > > We are getting ready to replace our old exchange 2000 server with a
> > > newer
> > > > > faster machine. Were should I start in perpareing for this. I dont
> > > want
> > > > > the users to loose any mail. I will be replacing this machine at
> > > end
> > > > of
> > > > > the work day so the users wont even know this took place. I was
> > > > the
> > > > > machine could even use the older machines name?
> > > > > Any advice is appreciated.
> > > > > Fred