Over the past number of years Cheddon Limited has specialised in IT migration projects primarily to Microsoft technologies. Source environments include Novell NDS/eDirectory, ZEN, GroupWise and IBM Lotus Domino which are typically migrated to Active Directory, Exchange Server and System Center Configuration Manager.
Active Directory forms the core of any Microsoft Enterprise, and provides a central location for network and resource administration and security. Migrating to Active Directory is often a pre-requisite for other technology, such as Microsoft Exchange 2010, but can also be a standalone project it it's own right.
Migration from other messaging technologies to Microsoft Exchange Server can be a complex logistical and technical undertaking in terms of new infrastructure design, co-existence and integration with legacy systems, and migration activities that bring minimal business disruption. Very often, simply knowing what to expect in advance can be half the battle.
We not only provide "new build" or migration services. We can also undertake reviews of existing systems and infrastructure. We can help you to ensure that the services involved in the running of your business are being delivered in a secure, reliable and effective way to give you the best possible return on your investment.
At Cheddon Limited we understand that technology itself can only ever account for part of the solution. We understand that not all of the migration challenges will be technical. That’s why we have a commitment to help deliver every solution using a winning combination of technology, real life experience, common sense, and industry best practice.
Our web site gives an overview of the most popular services we currently provide, along with many enhancements. We are also able to provide services ranging from consultancy to design and implementation of a range of other technologies so please contact us if you have any questions regarding areas not covered on our web pages.
The msExchMailboxGuid attribute is the one that associates an AD user with an Exchange mailbox.
As the name implies, it’s the Globally Unique ID of your MS Exchange Mailbox. Read the rest of msExchMailboxGuid and Office 365 »
I was in the middle of an Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2013 migration on prem, via Exchange 2010. We had initially started with Exchange 2013 SP1 (CU4)
I deliberately held off on CU6, because the feedback I had read seemed to imply it was less than stable, although admittedly the issues discovered with CU6 seemed mainly to relate to 2007 coexistence.