As part of upgrading to Exchange 2013 from Exchange 2007/2010, we need to make sure that Exchange 2013 is the point of communication for sending and receiving email from the Internet.In addition to installing, configuring, and testing Exchange 2013 Server, migration also consists of configuring and testing mail flow between Exchange 2013 and Exchange 2007/2010. In this article we will understand on how to configure for both sending and receiving emails from internet
Configure Exchange 2013 Internet mail flow during migration
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An Active Directory site is stretched if it is spread across multiple physical sites. Exchange setup may vary from organization to organization. Some Exchange organization are single site , some are multi site and some times single sites is spread across multiple AD site. In this series of two posts, I will show you how to recover an Exchange 2013 Data Availability Group in a stretched AD site.
Exchange 2013 DAG recovery in a stretched AD site – Part 1
Exchange 2013 DAG recovery in a stretched AD site – Part 2
I hope this article gives you a clear picture of understanding and recovering the DAG in the stretched AD site scenario
Microsoft has released the latest cumulative update 2 (CU2) of Exchange Server 2013. I believe it is the right time for an organization to start planning to migrate Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2013.
Below article should give you the quick idea on how to migrate from Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2013 environment in the production environment.
How to migrate Exchange 2010 to 2013 – Part 1
How to migrate Exchange 2010 to 2013 – Part 2
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