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    We make use of Come back 2007 all the way through intermedia.net. We really like it. In look for of extra updates; it performs constant as well as functions immense

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    The process involved in installing Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 is no doubt a child's play. But, if you are willing to uninstall Exchange 2007, you will face some fishy things.

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    The process involved in installing Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 is no doubt a child's play. But, if you are willing to uninstall Exchange 2007, be prepared for a little lengthy and complicated process.

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    ok..............

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    Prior to upgrading the current system to Exchange 2007, some precautions and considerations must be taken:

    1. Verity software and hardware computability to Exchange 2007
    2. Choose the correct Exchange 2007 Edition to your organization
    3. Review
    4. Download updates
    5. Review Exchange Team Blog for known issue and recommendation
    6. Verity third party product commutability to X64 Operating System and Exchange 2007 (Specially: Antivirus Software,
    Backup and Archive Software).
    7. Consider to use Microsoft Forefront to protect Exchange 2007
    8. Learn Exchange Server 2007 Transport Server Role Architecture Diagrams
    9. Review pre-requirements of the schema master, global catalogs, domain function level and Exchange 2007 commutability to old Exchange system/s (Like Exchange 5.5) and old Windows 2000 Domain Controller/s.
    10. Review the "Exchange 2007 System Requirements"
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    I came to know from this thread that everyone has their own views. Exchange Server 2007 provides a reliable messaging system, with built-in protection against spam and viruses. Using Exchange 2007, users throughout your organization can access e-mail, voice mail, calendars, and contacts from a wide variety of devices and from any location.

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    Upgrade is the best answer since now 2013 has came and you dint still used 2010, many features which really helps your business which you are missing. So first upgrade..

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    With all that, many of these new features are not yet available. There are also features from Exchange 2003 that do not yet work in Exchange 2007. If you are looking at a hosted solution, check to see if the provider used a Microsoft Designed & Tested Platform for Exchange 2007. Some companies just set it up without going through rigorous testing, while other’s released it using the beta version.

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    Exchange 2007 can work on 64bit machine so one should take this in consideration before upgrading, those work on clustered environment.

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    Exchange 2007 - To Upgrade or not to Upgrade

    here are also features from Exchange 2003 that do not yet work in Exchange 2007. If you are looking at a hosted solution, check to see if the provider used a microsoft designed & tested Platform for exchange 2007.

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    [SOLVED] Upgrade from Exchange 2007 to Exchange 2016 - Spiceworks ...
    https://community.spiceworks.com/......ge-2007-to-exc...
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    Solution: If you were to go On-Premise, you will need to do a dual upgrade. Exchange 2007 does not have a single upgrade option for 2016.

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    Thanks for this instruction.

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