We've presently got a TAPI integration (with CM 3.2) of 2.46 with Exch. 5.5 on box.
We want to go to 3.1.5 in the same environment (with 5.5 off box). Actually, I *want* to go to 4.0, but my bosses won't let me, since I can't demonstrate any other large enterprises that are running 4.0 without incident *sigh*.
Anyway, here's what I need. I don't want to do an in-place upgrade, because we want to use newer hardware. So can I build a 3.1.5 box with a different service account, use config. wizard to point it at the 5.5 enterprise, stand it up alongside the production 2.46 box, and then use bulk export/import to move the users over? Or will it be a problem when the 3.1.5 box tries to create its own all subscribers DL, and its own <%machinename% unity messaging> accounts?
What you describe is my prefered method of moving from 2.x to 3.x... there will be no problem with the 3.1(5) box running along side the 2.x box - all the default objects created in the directory are appended with a SystemID (that goofy looking number tacked onto the end of the mail aliases you see) - this prevents multiple Unity servers in the same directory from stomping on one another.
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