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Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 is the latest and greatest version of Exchange server today and be honest, it certainly looks great. At one point you most likely want to migrate from an earlier version like Exchange 2007 or Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2013. Major difference in Exchange 2013, but what does it take to actually move? Autodiscover, Database Availability Group, (legacy) namespace, load balancing, hardware requirements and not to forget Public Folders are all items that you have to be aware of, and that have changed in Exchange Server 2013. In this demo-packed presentation, Jaap Wesselius, a six-year Exchange Server MVP veteran points out the major issues when moving from Exchange 2007/2010 to Exchange 2013. Still running on Exchange 2003? No sweat, we cover some of this migration as well. At the end of this presentation you should have a decent view on what it takes to move to Exchange Server 2013.



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    What would be the main advantage/selling point of upgrading from 2007/2010 to Exchange 2013 aside from the supporting issue ?

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    Jaap Wesselius

    Support issues is one thing, but better performance, support for larger mailboxes, new OWA user interface (really, some people see this as an advantage ;-)
    But if you're on 2010 than it's a more difficult story, most likely 2010 is 'good enough'

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    Cannot wait to see this session.

    Every implementation as a new design based on customer needs and demands.

    Baseline knowledge is a good start for a design and I believe we will receive that knowledge in this session. That way you can advise a customer to use E2010 (if needed or current license) or E2013.

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