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Exchange server migration

By shawn.jen ·
Hi guys,

My company has a server with Exchange 2007 installed and want to migrate to Exchange 2013 onto a new server.Please suggest me the safe way to migrate the exchange server by moving all mailboxes without loosing any data.
Thanks in advance.

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Exchange server migration

by Mr. Brian In reply to Exchange server migration

These days, it is an urge to move on to exchange 2013 skipping exchange 2010 upgrade.By far, Microsoft never agree to your decisions and it doesn't allow you to migrate directly to a version skipping an earlier one. You can carry out only incremental migration using the manual process or using native tools. You must use a third party tool here to avoid risks involved and to carry out hassle free migration. For suggestions, seek advice or suggestions from community.
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Exchange server migration

by shawn.jen In reply to Exchange server migration

Hi Brian,
Thanks for your suggestion.I have tried some communities but the result is not satisfactory for me and I don't want to take any sort of risk as the data is really valuable.So,it would be perfect if you suggest me any third party tool which will solve my issue.

Thanks

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Exchange mailbox migration tool

by Mr. Brian In reply to Exchange server migration

Hello Shawn,
There are a lot of 3rd party tools available for the data migration between any 2 version of exchange server. You can go for Ontrack power controls, Lucid8, Lepide Recovery Manager.
Lepide Exchange recovery manager is among the favorites as it allows you to do recovery and migration both with effective brick level backup/restoration. Also, the EDiscovery feature adds to it appreciation factors.
To know more and get the free download of the tool, visit the link -
http://www.exchangemailboxmigration.com/

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Exchange server Migration

by edbtoeml In reply to Exchange server migration

If you created a Backup (.BKF) file using NTbackup utility then you can restore the entire mailboxes from Exchange server backup at the New server location

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Exchange server migration tool to recover edb file

by manikrao In reply to Exchange server migration

Best EDB to pst converter tool to convert edb into outlook pst file. Recover and repair corrupted exchange database file due to unexpected misshaping like- Jet engine error, Log files error, database corruption, Synchronizing error and system shutdown etc. Tool to recover exchange edb file and other items like: Contacts, Notes, Journals, Inbox, Reminders, Outbox, Attachments, Sent items etc in safe mode. Free demo version available. Read this blog also more more information http://www.edbtopsthelp.blogspot.com/

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Exchange Server Edb Recovery Software

by EricS.Moore In reply to Exchange server migration

Help the users to perform quick as well as accurate conversion. One such tool that easily fixes corruption, rebuilds corrupted items, and perform Exchange Mailbox to PST conversion, is here:- http://www.recoverydeletedfiles.com/exchange-server-edb-recovery.html

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Exchange server migration

by angel.marino In reply to Exchange server migration

Easily fix exchange server corruption with the help of edb repair software, the software instantly migrate your exchange server without hassle. The software provides accurate and reliable migration Exchange 2007 to 2013 without losing data of exchange. The software easily works on exchange server version 2013, 2010, 2007, 2003, 2000, 5.5 and 5.0. Read more http://www.edbrepairtool.net/ or http://www.exchangerecoverytools.org/

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Exchange server migration

by cdorno In reply to Exchange server migration

Exchange EDB Recovery software is an effective software, it recover Exchange EDB file and export EDB file to PST format. The software easily works on exchange server version 2013, 2010, 2007, 2003, 2000, 5.5 and 5.0, compatible with MS Outlook 97, 98, 2000, 2003, 2007, 2010 and 2013. For more info visit http://www.edb2pst.net/ or http://www.exchangeserver.recoveryfiles.org/

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