06-29-2009 02:18 PM - last edited on 06-29-2009 02:41 PM by Jonathan_K
I am testing the migration of BPS to a stand alone server for a prerequisite of our Exchange 2007 upgrade.
My question is, should I perform the migration of BPS before, or after the Exchange 2007 install?
In my mind, it would make more sense to perform the migration after EXG2007 is in place, but I thought I would seek an opinion from the professionals.
- 3 Users on BPS
- BPS is currently installed on Exchange 2003
- We are migrating to Exchange 2007
- Going to install Exchange 2007 on its own server, and install BPS on our server that already owns the BPS SQL instance.
Let me know your thoughts. Thanks.
06-29-2009 02:33 PM - last edited on 06-29-2009 02:41 PM by Jonathan_K
I'd move BPS first.
This way you can keep MAPI / CDO versions consistent across upgrade paths.
06-29-2009 02:36 PM - last edited on 06-29-2009 02:41 PM by Jonathan_K
Ok, I gotcha. When I do the migration, I need to install the MAPI and CDO Objects 1.2.1, is that correct?
Also, the documentation I have tells me to install the Exchange system manager for 2003 on the new BPS server. Is this valid, or should I be installing the Exchange 2007 32BIT tools on to my stand alone?
The actual BPS install process is easy because I am putting it on the server that holds the Blackberry database. I am just trying to get all my ducks in a row.
Thanks for the quick reply.
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06-29-2009 02:54 PM
CDO 1.2.1 will work for 2003, it is backwards compatible.
You do not need ESM 2003 when CDO 1.2.1 is used.
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06-29-2009 06:19 PM
Honestly, either / or is fully supported per http://na.blackberry.com/eng/support/software/prof
I'd stick with MAPI / CDO 1.2.1
Be aware though; the current version listed http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?Fa