How to do a cutover migration from Exchange Server 2003 on a SBS 2003 Standard to Office 365

How to do a cutover migration from Exchange Server 2003 on a SBS 2003 Standard to Office 365

Click to discuss this tutorial in the forums We will perform a ‘cutover migration’ as for most Small or Medium sized business with less then 75 mailboxes (max in SBS 2003) this is the easiest way. It requires you to perform the migration during hours nobody uses the mail server so best time is over the weekend. This does not mean you need to work the whole weekend, it is just to migrate data and make Office 365 the primary mail server for your email domain.

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Our migration guides will show you how to migrate from SBS 2003/2008/2011 to Windows Server 2016 with Office 365 or an on-premise Exchange Server 2016 or 2013.  In our migration guides, we explain how you migrate the Domain Controller, AD, DNS, DHCP, files, folders, users, security groups, shares, permissions and Exchange Server data so there is no loss of data or do you need to recreate profiles or users. And at the end of the procedure, we will show you how you can safely remove the old server from your Active Directory.

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