Exchange Server 2010 Migration
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 migration is a big project. This Windows IT Pro Project Plan will walk you through the process, from planning which of Exchange 2010's features to implement, through the steps of the actual migration process, and on into the new administration practices that Exchange 2010 brings with it. Whether you're moving from an older Exchange 2003 organization and need to understand the architecture of Exchange server roles and management with Windows PowerShell, or whether you're already on Exchange 2007 and want to learn about implementing Exchange 2010's high availability with database availability groups (DAGs) or email archiving with Personal Archives, this Project Plan will help you manage your transition.
A First Look at Echange 2010
Exchange 2010 SP1: More Than a Simple Upgrade
Exchange Server Deployment Options
Preparing to Deploy Exchange 2010
Advancements in Exchange 2010 and Communications Server "14"
Planning for Exchange Server 2010 Personal Archives
Load Testing with Exchange 2010
Exchange 2010: Can You Have Too Much RAM?
Session 1: Bigger Mailboxes, Fewer Disks, Less Money
Going Virtual with Exchange 2010
Exchange Server's Client Access: An Introduction
Exchange Server's Client Access: Deploying Your Servers
Session 2: Virtualization The Straight Scoop
Exchange Server's Client Access: Load-Balancing Your Servers
Exchange Server’s Client Access: Securing Your Servers
Moving Mailboxes the Exchange 2010 Way
Exchange Server 2010 SP1 Mailbox Import and Export
Working with the Features of Exchange 2010