GHawkins1
2 Bronze

Upgrading Exchange when using SourceOne

We are currently running SourceOne 6.8 with Exchange 2007. Once SourceOne 7.1 is released (hopefully still targeted for November??) we are going to be upgrading SourceOne followed by an upgrade/migration to Exchange 2013. Since we shortcut attachments, is there anything we need to do before moving mailboxes from 2007 to 2013? This is not in regards to the setup needed on the server side - this question is specific for making sure we don't do something to break the shortcut link when moving a mailbox from one server to the other.

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Gary_Reardon
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Re: Upgrading Exchange when using SourceOne

The Shortcut link is contained in the message.

The mail server doesn't matter.

The server account will need proper permissions on the new mail server for the archiving and restore functions to work properly.

SourceOne 7.1 GA will be released 1st/2nd Qtr 2014.

There is a Restricted Availability release program going on now that you would have to be involved with a Partner or EMC PS to participate in.

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KatwalR
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Re: Upgrading Exchange when using SourceOne

Greetings,

The version of SourceOne 7.0.1 can work with Exchange 2013 with some limitations. You have want to refer to the Documentation and Compatibility guide to find out this info.

Thanks,
Rajan


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GHawkins1
2 Bronze

Re: Upgrading Exchange when using SourceOne

The only compatibility for Exchange 2013 I'm able to find in the SourceOne for Email Management compatibility guide for SourceOne is with 7.1. I may be missing something...

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IT_Warlock
2 Iron

Re: Upgrading Exchange when using SourceOne

Hello GHawkins

Both 7.0 SP1 and 7.1 support Exchange 2013.  There are some feature differences between the two, here is a breakdown:

For SourceOne 7.0 SP1:

Exchange 2013 Outlook Web Access (OWA) is not supported in this

release.

Microsoft Exchange 2013 An operating system supported by Microsoft Exchange 2013.

•The use of OWA shortcuts is not supported on Microsoft Exchange 2013.

•For Exchange 2013, refer to “EMC SourceOne support for Exchange virtual organizations and address list segregation or Address Book Policies” on page 41.

•For all Exchange 2013 releases, refer to “EMC SourceOne support for Exchange Server 2010 and 2013 personal archives” on page 41.

•For all Exchange 2013 releases, refer to “EMC SourceOne support for OWA on Microsoft Exchange 2013” on page 41.

For more information, refer to the EMC Email Management Release Notes.


For SourceOne 7.1:

SourceOne 7.1 manages messages from two different data sources,

the primary mailbox and the personal archive mailbox.

Outlook 2013 support

Exchange 2013 OWA support

Microsoft Exchange 2013 An operating system supported by Microsoft Exchange 2013.

Note: EMC SourceOne Email Management 7.1.x supports shortcut

resolution through OWA.

The following sections provide more information:

•“EMC SourceOne support for Exchange virtual organizations and address list segregation or Address Book Policies” on page 16.

•“EMC SourceOne support for Exchange Server 2010 and 2013 personal archives” on page 16.

•“EMC SourceOne support for OWA on Microsoft Exchange 2013” on page 16.

For more information, refer to the EMC Email Management

Release Notes.

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Hope this helps!

Cheers,

Brad

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GHawkins1
2 Bronze

Re: Upgrading Exchange when using SourceOne

Thanks, I have been looking at the compatibility document and was expecting to see this lined out in the table with Exchange 2013's compatibility list.

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dfws_it_admin
1 Copper

Re: Upgrading Exchange when using SourceOne

Is EMC SourceOne Offline Access 7.1 available yet?  If so how can I download it?  I need this functionality to work with Office 2013 in order to migrate my company over to this platform.  please advise

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IT_Warlock
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Re: Upgrading Exchange when using SourceOne

Hi dfws_it_admin

At this time, only the restricted availability program of 7.1 is available.  To participate, you would need to contact your account representative at EMC.

The general availability release of 7.1 or 7.1 SP1, is targeted to be released in a few weeks.

Thanks,

Brad

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