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(26-Feb-10) These days, there aren’t many companies where email is not considered mission-critical. So it takes a great deal of mettle to rock the boat. Possibly even more so than other functions, it’s important to know what you’re getting into when you’re considering a change.

If you’re still on 2000 or 2003, it’s a good time to upgrade. But if you’re running Exchange Server 2007, explains Tim Hickernell, associate lead research analyst at Info-Tech, it’s just too soon to think about upgrading. “It makes more sense to wait for the 2013 version, assuming that Microsoft follows its current refresh cycle,” he says. “For shops that are running 2003, it’s going to be just as painful to go to 2010 as 2007, so it becomes a question of what the costs and benefits are of each.”

If it’s time to upgrade your Exchange server, there are some things to consider as you prepare for the migration.

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Published: February 26, 2010
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