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    Default Migration from small business server to OS X Server

    I work at a growing biopharma company and as the IT person I see that it is time to upgrade our existing server. We currently have a dell running small business server 2003, it acts as our domain controller, exchange server, dhcp, and dns server for the entire network. I am aware that I can import the directory from the windows server relatively easily, same thing goes for dns and dhcp is relatively easy to to. So how exactly do I go about migrating from exchange to zimbra? Also the new server would be a mac XServe Thanks in advance

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    We have an exchange migration tool that can migrate your users over from Exchange to Zimbra. You point, it imports, your done

    You should contact sales@zimbra.com for more info on that.

    The exchange tool is available for Open Source users as well as network users; however, we recommend that critical systems install our Network Edition.

    Welcome!

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    gracias, this should make migration much easier.

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