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Exchange 2000 Interoperability

Where to Start
Running an Exchange 2000 Server in an Exchange 5.5 Environment
Exchange 2000 Server RC1 is out and Jerry Cochran gives advice on getting it to run in your Exchange 5.5 site. >Source: Windows & .NET Magazine (March 2000)
 

Exchange Calendar Connector
Extend the calendar interoperability features of Exchange Server with this Exchange Server utility.  Source: Microsoft.com

Migration and Connectivity Tools Comparison
Find tables listing the migrating capabilities of various tools included in Exchange Server 5.5 or Microsoft Outlook 2000, or available for download.  Source: Microsoft.com

The problem with co-existence is the mail routing
Those of you who have rebooted their connector servers or experienced a performance hit with message conversions already know what I©m talking about. Those considering a migration to Exchange from cc:mail or Lotus Notes in particular should pay close attention. Source: MSExchange

 

Windows 2000 Server and Key Management Server Interoperability White Paper
Download this 584 KB document from the Microsoft Personal Online Support site and learn about Microsoft Windows© 2000 Server public key infrastructure (PKI) interoperability with the Key Management (KM) server component of Exchange Server 5.5.  Source: Microsoft.com

Lotus Notes and CC Mail
Connector for Lotus Notes White Paper
Find out how this utility, which is available for download, achieves integration between Lotus Notes and Exchange.  Source: Microsoft.com

Connector for Lotus cc:Mail Overview
Learn how to achieve integrated messaging and directory synchronization for Lotus cc:Mail users with Connector for Lotus cc:Mail. Source: Microsoft.com

Improving Coexistence between Lotus Notes/Domino and Microsoft Exchange
Lotus Notes/Domino (or simply ©Notes?) and Microsoft Exchange migrations have traditionally been painful processes. In nearly every migration, there is an amount of time where running both systems is required, especially in large scale deployments. In many cases, both systems remain indefinitely in the environment. Source: MSExchange.org

Lotus cc:Mail and Exchange 2000 Server Coexistence and Migration Configuration and Implementation White Paper
Read this paper if you are considering linking your Lotus cc:Mail environment with Exchange 2000 Server, or if you are migrating from Lotus cc:Mail to Exchange 2000 Server.  Source: Microsoft.com

Lotus cc:Mail and Exchange Server Coexistence and Migration White Paper
Learn how to migrate to Exchange Server completely, or run the two systems side-by-side.

Lotus Notes Connector
Enable integrated messaging and directory synchronization for Lotus Notes users with the Lotus Notes Connector, which is now included in Exchange Server 5.5 Service Pack 4. Source: Microsoft.com

Novell GroupWise
Migration Connector for Novell GroupWise
Perform directory synchronization between Exchange and GroupWise with the Migration Connector for Novell GroupWise.  Source: Microsoft.com

Coexistence and Migration Using Microsoft Exchange Connector for Novell GroupWise White Paper
Focus on coexistence between Exchange 2000 Server and Novell GroupWise, using the Exchange Connector for Novell GroupWise and the Exchange Server Migration Wizard. Read also the Exchange Server 5.5 version of this white paper.  Source: Microsoft.com

 

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