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co-existence with Exchange

Hello,

For co-existence with MS Exchange, we have a plan to first integrate GW with MS AD, so that "user accounts" creation/management will remain MS AD job, then we will start configuring co-existence.

Question here is, once GW and MS Exchange configured for co-existence, how an existing mailbox could be moved from MS Exchange to new SMTP server i.e GW2014 ?

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Re: co-existence with Exchange

Hi,

you have several methods to migrate users from Ex to GW.
There are two very nice methods I prefer:

1. Buy Gwava Retain, so you have a way to migrate Exchange to Exchange or Exchange to GroupWise or GroupWise to Exchange and have also a Archiving Solution.
2. Use free tools from Advansys. First you have to install Formativ Runtime and then Formativ Personal Outlook Migration Pack on a PC with Outlook and GroupWise installed both.
With this you can migrate pst-files to GroupWise.
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Re: co-existence with Exchange

itverwaltung wrote:

> you have several methods to migrate users from Ex to GW.


And there is this:

http://postie.caledonia.net/store/index.php?route=product/product&path=44&product_id=70

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