Today we would see how to move mailboxes from exchange 2010 to exchange 2013
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 introduces the concept of batch moves and migration endpoints.
- Ability to move multiple mailboxes in large batches.
- Email notification during move with reporting and some more
Login to Exchange Admin Center (EAC)
Choose on the + Sign and Click Move to a Different Database
Now add the mailboxes you want to move to Exchange 2013
Choose a friendly name for the for the Batch move
Choose the destination database for the mailboxes
If you have archive mailboxes please read through the options
Select the mailbox where the report need to be sent to
Now batch move has been intiated and
once its completed , you can remove the batch
Now Exchange 2010 mailboxes have bee successfully migrated to Exchange 2013
I have Create a Lab for Exchange 2013 CAS mailbox role on one server
Domain name abc.xyz.lcl but i have change Exchange URl like abc.xyz.com for the all this i have created a Zone on DNS & crted A record for webmail on the same zone . I m able to access OWA & mailbox but i m facing two issue as mention below
1: Unable to configure outlook form workgroup machine if i login in domain joined machine the outlok configured automatically but i m unable to configure manully outlook on the same machine.
2:Unable to sent mail from owa internally
I wanted to say thank you and great job on this guide. I did want to add a note for teams doing migrations. Smaller batches will complete faster as there are less syncing transactions to and from the local array and the remote array. My suggestion is queue small batches 2-4 mailboxes at a time. I tried moving 22 mailboxes (5.6GB) in my first batch and it took 6.5 hours. I did 3 mailboxes (5.4GB) in 3 hours.
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