In this segment, learn the limitations of public folders in Exchange 2016 and the steps to migrate modern public folders from Exchange 2013.
- [Instructor] Exchange 2013 introduced…a new architecture for public folders that allowed them…to be contained entirely in a mailbox.…Previously, public folders were housed…in a separate database.…The difference is significant when planning a migration…because the two processes are quite different.…If you're migrating from an Exchange 2013 server…and all public folders already exist in what…Microsoft calls modern public folders,…you can simply migrate the public folder mailbox…to a database on the Exchange 2016 server.…
If however you're migrating from an Exchange organization…with separate public folder databases,…there's a more in depth process…to moving those public folders to Exchange 2016.…And we'll take a look at the later on in the course.…But the first step in migrating public folders…in any environment is to determine which folders…and what content actually needs to be migrated.…When I moved my family to a new city several years ago,…we found that roughly a third of…the contents of our home could be donated or discarded.…
AuthorScott M Burrell
- Preparing for hybrid configuration
- Deploying a hybrid configuration
- Troubleshooting Exchange Online
- Troubleshooting Office 365 clients
- Configuring the gateway
- Managing sharing policies
- Troubleshooting cross-forest availability
- Troubleshooting mail flow
- Migrating from earlier versions
Skill Level Intermediate
Exchange 2016: Client Access Serviceswith Scott M Burrell1h 50m Intermediate
Exchange 2016: Mailbox Databaseswith Scott M Burrell2h 30m Intermediate
Exchange 2016: Transport Serviceswith Scott M Burrell2h 24m Intermediate
1. Coexistence with Office 365
2. Exchange Federation
3. Coexistence with Earlier Versions of Exchange
4. Migrate from Earlier Versions
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