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Microsoft Office 365 - Exchange Online Implementation and Migration - Second Edition

By : David Greve, Loryan Strant, David Greve, Ian Waters
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Microsoft Office 365 - Exchange Online Implementation and Migration - Second Edition

By: David Greve, Loryan Strant, David Greve, Ian Waters

Overview of this book

Organizations are migrating to the cloud to save money, become more efficient, and empower their users with the latest technology. Office 365 delivers all of this in a reliable, fast, and ever-expanding way, keeping you ahead of the competition. As the IT administrator of your network, you need to make the transition as painless as possible for your users. Learn everything you need to know and exactly what to do to ensure your Office 365 Exchange online migration is a success! This guide gives you everything you need to develop a successful migration plan to move from Exchange, Google, POP3, and IMAP systems to Office 365 with ease. We start by providing an overview of the Office 365 plans available and how to make a decision on what plan fits your organization. We then dive into topics such as the Office 365 Admin Portal, integration options for professionals and small businesses, integration options for enterprises, preparing for a simple migration, performing a simple migration, and preparing for a hybrid deployment. Later in the book, we look at migration options for Skype for Business and SharePoint to further help you leverage the latest collaborative working technologies within your organization.
Table of Contents (20 chapters)
Microsoft Office 365 – Exchange Online Implementation and Migration - Second Edition
Credits
About the Authors
About the Reviewers
www.PacktPub.com
Preface
10
Deploying a Hybrid Infrastructure – Exchange Hybrid

Deploying Exchange Hybrid


By now, AD FS and Directory Synchronization should be deployed and tested. Do not proceed with Exchange Hybrid until Directory Synchronization has fully synchronized your environment. The following high-level steps will be performed when installing the Exchange Hybrid:

  1. Confirming preparation specifications

  2. Creating a hybrid configuration

We will gain a better understanding of these steps in the following sections.

Confirming preparation specifications

For this example, we are going to assume that you have already deployed an Exchange 2013 or 2016 server, with the latest rollup, within your environment. This should meet the following requirements:

  • Exchange deployed on a Windows Server 2012 R2, with the Client Access Server and Mailbox Server roles deployed

  • Existing Exchange versions within the same Exchange Organization can communicate properly with the Exchange Server deployed

  • The Exchange server is externally accessible

  • The Exchange server has a public certificate for Autodiscover...