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Upgrading Exchange 5. 5 to Novell Group. Wise® 6 www. novell. com Tim Heywood Upgrading Exchange 5. 5 to Novell Group. Wise® 6 www. novell. com Tim Heywood Technical Director Live Data Computers Ltd. [email protected] co. uk Mark Mc. Manus Systems Engineer Novell, Inc. , UK [email protected] com

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Aims • The objective of this session is to provide an insight in to Aims • The objective of this session is to provide an insight in to the tools available to assist you in your migration from an existing M$Exchange installation to a new Novell Group. Wise® system • To provide a little light relief from the stress of thinking too hard

Why Upgrade from Exchange? • Group. Wise is easy to implement and works right Why Upgrade from Exchange? • Group. Wise is easy to implement and works right • • out of the box Group. Wise is easy to administer, saving time, money, and effort Group. Wise is easy to use, so it gets used often Group. Wise is easy to access—any time, anywhere Group. Wise is easy on your budget, reducing costs while increasing productivity » http: //www. novell. com/competitive/gw/brief. html

Why Upgrade from Exchange? (cont. ) • Flexibility—Message Transfer Agent (MTAs) and Post Office Why Upgrade from Exchange? (cont. ) • Flexibility—Message Transfer Agent (MTAs) and Post Office Agents (POAs) where you need them • Reuse of existing hardware (file, print, and mail) • All components are cluster-enabled

Why Upgrade from Exchange? (cont. ) • No need to implement Microsoft Active Directory Why Upgrade from Exchange? (cont. ) • No need to implement Microsoft Active Directory (MAD)—mandatory for Exchange 2000 • Cost—server-side software ‘free’

Why Upgrade from Exchange? (cont. ) • All messages are tracked, so you can Why Upgrade from Exchange? (cont. ) • All messages are tracked, so you can ‘Always’ see when someone got a message, read the message and when they deleted it … Without having to specify that you want tracking on • Web. Access is much closer to the full client than OWA, you can see, read move etc. from all of you folders, NOT just the inbox

Why Upgrade from Exchange? • Outlook Web Access (OWA) with SSL http: //www. nowspeed. Why Upgrade from Exchange? • Outlook Web Access (OWA) with SSL http: //www. nowspeed. com • OWA vulnerabilities (cont. )

Improved Manageability • Only integrated collaboration environment to include • • support for wireless Improved Manageability • Only integrated collaboration environment to include • • support for wireless devices in the box Standard license includes Group. Wise client, web, and wireless access Web/wireless-only license provides access to deskless workers for over 75% off standard license Web and wireless interface is customizable via templates Mailbox size limitation Message size limitation Monitor and agent console access via WAP and HTML Critical event notification to cell phone or pager

Does This Fill you with Confidence? Does This Fill you with Confidence?

Prerequisites • Existing Exchange set-up • Purchase Group. Wise 6 • Plan how you Prerequisites • Existing Exchange set-up • Purchase Group. Wise 6 • Plan how you will set up Group. Wise • Make sure your migration needs are incorporated in your plan and be ready for any post-migration problems

Planning the System • Clarify and review the business’ communication needs 4 4 4 Planning the System • Clarify and review the business’ communication needs 4 4 4 Review the WAN/LAN infrastructure Review the existing messaging infrastructure Review of naming and configuration standards • Design domain placement 4 4 Alternative access methods (WEB, TCP/IP, caching mode) Security • Design post office placement, taking into consideration 4 4 4 Users, resources, libraries, hardware requirements, scalability Briefly plan document library configuration Location, storage space considerations, indexing schedule

Planning the System • • (cont. ) Briefly plan gateways Review implementation fundamentals Determine Planning the System • • (cont. ) Briefly plan gateways Review implementation fundamentals Determine critical success factors Plan proof of concept Plan pilot project principles Prerequisites to migration Plan message cleanup opportunities Proactive maintenance—setting up scheduled maintenance events to run automatically • Plan automated mailbox cleanup features

Document Management—Features • Don’t forget document management Document Management—Features • Don’t forget document management

Document Management—Planning • Will you require extra post offices? Document Management—Planning • Will you require extra post offices?

Internet Connectivity • Plan the Group. Wise Internet Agent (GWIA) location and the routing Internet Connectivity • Plan the Group. Wise Internet Agent (GWIA) location and the routing to it • Anti-Virus (AV) scanning: How and with what? • Webaccess AV scanning? With encryption (SSL/HTTPS)?

How to Migrate • Many ways… • Some easy • Some expensive How to Migrate • Many ways… • Some easy • Some expensive

Best Way of All • Install Group. Wise (GW) • Switch off Exchange • Best Way of All • Install Group. Wise (GW) • Switch off Exchange • Done They don’t need all that stuff, do they?

demonstratio demonstratio

Migration Options • User-based • Concurrent unconnected systems • Microsoft Group. Wise gateway for Migration Options • User-based • Concurrent unconnected systems • Microsoft Group. Wise gateway for Exchange • Novell Group. Wise Exchange gateways

User-Based Migration • User archives, or back-ups, own mail and appointments using Outlook client User-Based Migration • User archives, or back-ups, own mail and appointments using Outlook client 4 The information is saved to a. PST file • Opens swanky new GW Client and imports using GWEXARCH. EXE • Little-known tool, GWMSARCH. EXE, imports from old MSMail backup files

GWEXARCH. EXE • Known problems 4 4 4 While migrating a recurring appointment/task, only GWEXARCH. EXE • Known problems 4 4 4 While migrating a recurring appointment/task, only the first instance is migrated Password-protected. PST files cannot be migrated using the command-line option Password of the. PST file is validated only at the time of migration If dropping of attachments is enabled, the start date of task messages will not appear correctly The migrated message contains display names of the recipients; in order to reply, recipients must be manually added from the Group. Wise address book

Exchange Client archive Group. Wise GWEXARCH. PST file Exchange Client archive Group. Wise GWEXARCH. PST file

GWEXARCH. EXE demonstratio GWEXARCH. EXE demonstratio

Concurrent Systems • Install both clients and have Exchange as a reference 4 It Concurrent Systems • Install both clients and have Exchange as a reference 4 It sucks 4 Not as bad as it sounds 4 Practice says this is the most efficient migration method, so…

Exchange Group. Wise YUCK Exchange Group. Wise YUCK

Concurrent Hybrid • A short-term hybrid that gets everyone up and running on GW Concurrent Hybrid • A short-term hybrid that gets everyone up and running on GW very quickly 4 Afterward, use GWEXARCH. EXE to migrate data as required • Those who REALLY need their data keep what they require, and the rest…

Exchange Group. Wise Archiv. ER Read-only archive Group. Wise client Exchange Group. Wise Archiv. ER Read-only archive Group. Wise client

MS Group. Wise Gateway • Designed to work in reverse • Helps with co-existence, MS Group. Wise Gateway • Designed to work in reverse • Helps with co-existence, but not migration away from Exchange

MS Group. Wise Gateway • Limitations 4 Requires the setup of a GW API MS Group. Wise Gateway • Limitations 4 Requires the setup of a GW API gateway 4 Does not handle Internet addressing correctly 4 e. Directory information cannot be imported • Advantages 4 Uses “Advanced Exchange API” (they just forgot to tell anyone else about these features) • Busy search works from Outlook • Address synchronization on very large systems is faster

Exchange Group. Wise MS Group. Wise gateway DATA REMAINS ON THE EXCHANGE SERVER Outlook Exchange Group. Wise MS Group. Wise gateway DATA REMAINS ON THE EXCHANGE SERVER Outlook Group. Wise Client client

Group. Wise Exchange Gateway • Which one? • Exchange Gateway v 1 • Exchange Group. Wise Exchange Gateway • Which one? • Exchange Gateway v 1 • Exchange Gateway v 2 (Beta)

Group. Wise Exchange Gateway • Version 1 strengths 4 The bugs are known 4 Group. Wise Exchange Gateway • Version 1 strengths 4 The bugs are known 4 Supported 4 It gateway does work

Group. Wise Exchange Gateway • Version 1 4 Tips • Set Group. Wise database Group. Wise Exchange Gateway • Version 1 4 Tips • Set Group. Wise database type as 4. x not 5 • If not displayed in NWadmn 32 look at the gateway object in Novell Console. One® and set the type to Exchange Gateway • Use an early version of GW 5. 5 EP and apply the latest patch to get all of the Group. Wise snap-ins for NWAdmn 32 • Not able to run as a service

Group. Wise Exchange Gateway • Version 2 (beta) 4 Can run as an application Group. Wise Exchange Gateway • Version 2 (beta) 4 Can run as an application (/appl) 4 Can run as an NT/W 2 k service

Group. Wise Exchange Gateway 2 • Connect Group. Wise systems • • • to Group. Wise Exchange Gateway 2 • Connect Group. Wise systems • • • to Exchange 5. 5 and 2000 Systems Users on the Exchange side can busy-search users of Group. Wise, and vice-versa Administrators have flexible control of who shows up in which systems address books Improved interface and administration The gateway runs as an NT service The gateway can be monitored via HTTP • • Open-standard support Internet addressing HTML formatting S/MIME pass-through messaging (sign and encrypt messages between systems) • Group. Wise 6 support • Gateway supports Group. Wise 5. 5, 5. 5 ep, and Group. Wise 6

Exchange Group. Wise Novell Exchange Gateway Outlook Group. Wise Client Exchange Group. Wise Novell Exchange Gateway Outlook Group. Wise Client

Other Products • Mail shuttle http: //www. compusven. com/ • E-mail shuttle for e-mail Other Products • Mail shuttle http: //www. compusven. com/ • E-mail shuttle for e-mail migration from Exchange 5. 5 to Group. Wise • Price for 100 users for the e-mail shuttle for Exchange 5. 5 to Group. Wise is $10, 945 (US dollars)—This price includes the migration software for inboxes, personal file folders, attachments, calendars, and personal contacts, plus one year of software support for seven support tickets

Terms • Group. Wise 4 4 4 4 Archive Group. Wise Remote Hit The Terms • Group. Wise 4 4 4 4 Archive Group. Wise Remote Hit The Road Personal Address Book Personal Group / DL Name Completion Trash Work in Progress Shared Folders Posted Message Appointment Busy Search Alarm Discussion Thread View Proxy Auto Date Outlook PST Off line Folders Synchronize Contacts Distribution List Check names Deleted Items Drafts Public Folders Post in this Folder Meeting Request Attendee Availability Reminder View by Conversation Topic Delegate Appointment Recurrence

Terms … Lengthy? • Group. Wise 4 Rules Outlook Out of Office Assistant and Terms … Lengthy? • Group. Wise 4 Rules Outlook Out of Office Assistant and Rules Wizard

Demo Time • We have an Exchange server on NT/W 2 k (one laptop) Demo Time • We have an Exchange server on NT/W 2 k (one laptop) • We have a Group. Wise system on (Net. Ware, W 2 k, whatever) (second laptop)

Links and References • • • http: //support. novell. com http: //www. compusven. com Links and References • • • http: //support. novell. com http: //www. compusven. com http: //beta. novell. com http: //www. novell. com/products/groupwise/gw_exchange. html http: //www. novell. com/products/groupwise/tco. html http: //support. microsoft. com/support/kb/articles/q 274/8/32. asp http: //support. microsoft. com/support/kb/articles/q 274/8/33. asp http: //www. nowspeed. com http: //www. nexic. com http: //www. leegarner. com/html/gwiasig. html