[ngw] GW downgrade

Keith Larson klarson at K12GROUP.NET
Sun Mar 27 00:43:47 UTC 2011

now that is someone that really doesn't understand email systems.

>>> Gert <gert at gwcheck.com> 3/26/2011 4:54 PM >>>
They want him to migrate GW8 to Exchange 5.5. ...


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On Sat, Mar 26, 2011 at 2:58 PM, Gregg A. Hinchman <
Gregg at hinchmanconsulting.com> wrote:

> Lots of tools out there.
> First, I found it funny that moving from GW to Exchange is a
> That's a good one!!
> You can use Messaging Architects M+Archive with Exchange Migration
>  You can use Quest Tools.  The bigger the GroupWise system the more
> Quest is.  M+Archive's option you archive all (or what you want to
> GroupWise data. Then you push it into Exchange -all or some. And when
> done, you have an Archive solution for Exchange.  Its all run in
> batch jobs on server class.  Because of the way it works -you can
> migrate an entire GroupWise system in a weekend -depending upon size
> data. Interconnectivity is not a factor here.
> Quest runs mostly on desktops and you can schedule it with batch. But
in a
> large environment, you need to spin up a bunch of workstations each
with the
> Quest Migrator on it.  And then you need to manage each of those
> workstations and the batch jobs running. So its a bit more messy.
Plus when
> your done -the Quest tool is basically thrown away. Because of the
way it
> works -you will migrate mailboxes for weeks and therefore have to
deal with
> 'interconnectivity' between the systems.  Size and data migrated is a
> here as well.
> Price on M+Archive is cheaper than Quest tool -for migration.
> I would say -check them both out.
> Take Care.
> Gregg A. Hinchman
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> >>>
> From: Alan Downs<alan at precise-computer.com>
> To:ngw at ngwlist.com
> Date: 3/26/2011 9:38 AM
> Subject: [ngw] GW downgrade
> I have a customer who put out an RFP to downgrade from GW to
Exchange. When
> I did an Exch to GW for someone else I used GWMigrate.
> What product would you use for this unfortunate migration?
> Thanks,
> A
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