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NinjaPablo
Nov 20, 2003

Ewww it's all sticky...

Grimey Drawer

Scaramouche posted:

The core functionality is there, I think the big problems are with public folders and global address lists. I was thinking about the upgrade but then googled 'outlook 2003 with exchange 2010' and saw all these horror stories and held off; the furor might be overblown it's true.
I'm in the processing of rolling out Exchange 2010 in an existing 2003 environment. Update Rollup 3 for 2010 adds a registry option to re-enable UDP push notification for Outlook 2003 clients, which fixes a generic 'Unknown Error' message some users were getting when deleting messages.

I also had a misconfigured SMTP connector set up between 2003 and 2010 that was causing email to get stuck in a routing loop, but that was more my fault than anything.

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NinjaPablo
Nov 20, 2003

Ewww it's all sticky...

Grimey Drawer

Trying to set up OWA to redirect correctly, and I've got half of it together.

If a user is on Exchange 2003 and tries to login to 2010 OWA, they are properly redirected to the external URL of 2003's OWA. However, if a user is on 2010 and tries to login to 2003 OWA, they are redirected to the internal (exch2010.internal.local) domain name of the 2010 server. How can I tell 2003 to redirect to the proper external URL?

NinjaPablo
Nov 20, 2003

Ewww it's all sticky...

Grimey Drawer

For some reason, the free/busy folder on my 2003 server isn't replicating to my 2010 server. I've created a public folder DB on 2010, and other folders seem to replicate to it fine. I've added the 2010 server as a replication partner for the Schedule+ Free Busy Information folder on the 2003 server, it just never replicates.

On 2010, I keep getting this error in the event log - "Couldn't find an Exchange 2010 or later public folder server with a replica for the free/busy folder: EX:/O=example/OU=example.". The event log on the 2003 server doesn't have any errors.

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