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Migrating from Domino to Exchange 2007 (Part 5) PDF Print E-mail
Written by David Noel-Davies   

If you’ve been following this article so far you’ll remember that we’ve installed the Transporter Suite for Lotus Domino onto our Exchange 2007 server, configured two-way directory synchronization between Exchange and Domino and also configured calendar free/busy access across the two systems. This has allowed Contoso, running Exchange, and Fabrikam, running Domino, to happily coexist but it has now become a requirement to migrate the Fabrikam Domino users to Exchange. However, before we migrate the mailbox contents from Domino to Exchange, we must first migrate the Domino users to Active Directory and that will be the focus here in part five of this article

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Migrating from Domino to Exchange 2007 (Part 4) PDF Print E-mail
Written by David Noel-Davies   
Here in part four of this article we continue our look at how Exchange 2007 and Lotus Domino 7 can coexist with the future aim of migration from Domino to Exchange. In our sample scenario, Fabrikam is running Lotus Domino 7 and Contoso is running Exchange 2007. In part three, we prepared the Fabrikam Domino environment so it was ready for the Free/Busy Connector. In this part, we’ll prepare the Contoso Exchange environment so it is also ready, then we’ll proceed to create and configure the Free/Busy Connector so that users can swap calendar free/busy information.
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Migrating from Domino to Exchange 2007 (Part 3) PDF Print E-mail
Written by David Noel-Davies   
So far in parts one and two of this article we’ve covered an introduction to the Transporter Suite for Lotus Domino, the installation of the suite, and the initial directory synchronization process between Contoso, running Exchange 2007 and Fabrikam, running Lotus Domino 7. Now that the address books are synchronized, the next logical step is to ensure that users from each organization can see each other’s calendar free/busy information. Having a shared address book is good, but having the ability to query calendar free/busy information across both systems is even better; this ensures a better meeting booking experience across the two systems
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Migrating from Domino to Exchange 2007 (Part 2) PDF Print E-mail
Written by David Noel-Davies   
In part one of this article I introduced the new Microsoft Transporter Suite for Lotus Domino and created a new Directory Connector for the beginning of a sample scenario where Contoso, using Exchange 2007, wishes to coexist with Fabrikam, using Domino 7. Here in part two we will complete the configuration of the Directory Connector and then ensure that both systems have synchronized address books.
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Migrating from Domino to Exchange 2007 (Part 1) PDF Print E-mail
Written by David Noel-Davies   
Exchange 2003 comes with several separate tools to allow you to coexist with, and migrate from, Lotus Domino. These are the Microsoft Connector for Lotus Notes, the Microsoft Exchange Calendar Connector and the Exchange Migration Wizard. The connector itself has two main purposes, namely to transfer messages between the two systems as well as to provide directory synchronization in both directions. The calendar connector, as its name suggests, allows users to see calendar free/busy information no matter whether they are located on Exchange or Domino, whilst the migration wizard extracts data from the Domino mail databases and imports it into an Exchange mailbox. These tools have served consultants and administrators well over the years as systems have been migrated from Domino to Exchange. but this is how to in Exchange 2007...
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