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New to Exchange Server 2003

I'm new to exchange server. I have server already running ms Exchange 2003 etrps. Etd. With windows server 2003 eptn. Etd. This server have losts of error coming on this VERITAS backup also not working cant take proper backup. I'm installing new exchange server 2003 in other machine I would like to know how I can copy exiting user's mailboxes and public folders to newly installed exchange server. Although existing one can't working properly cant take backup please advise.
My new exchange server with in the organization what exactly I need I want to bring up newly installed exchange with same name as old server (server-mail) and want to discontinued old server use. Please advise the entire step how I can brink up new server with same name and how can I move all mail boxes and all other public folders without any difficulty. Really appreciate you response

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Hello,
You can not have 2 exchange servers with the same name in your exchange organization. However, you can actually setup a new box and move all your mailboxes, public folders, address lists and everything to it and then decommission the older one. But, if you want to setup a new box just for the reason that the backup software isnt backing up anything and the server has lots of errors in the event log then setting up a new server isnt a good idea i guess. Paste your errors in here may someone would definitely help you with your problem.

Still, if you want to decommision the old box you can refer the KB http://support.microsoft.com/kb/822931 and if you do not understand anything out there you can also take a look at http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/Removing-First-Exchange-2003-Server-Part1.html

Posted on Jul 27, 2008

U mail is noted friend.. U all files and foeld is xchange the new Windows Server 2003, than no problem..

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