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Topic # 18023 23-Dec-2007 01:37
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I have Google Apps with gmail running on my internet domain. Can I use this with Exchange 2003 at home?

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  Reply # 103617 8-Jan-2008 18:35
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Thanks for replying :-(

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  Reply # 103623 8-Jan-2008 18:55
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Google Apps is basically an email server, that includes a web based client, pop/smtp, user management etc.

Exchange 2003 is basically an email server, that includes a web based client, pop/smtp, user management etc.

Which one would you like to use to do what?

23rd of December @ 1am, lots of people were away or asleep. By the time they returned, this post would have been buried on (off????) the front page. A lack of information about what you want to acheive may also have contributed to the lack of replies.







 
 
 
 


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Reply # 103641 8-Jan-2008 19:29
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I think Google Apps for Domains provides all Exchange functionality, except sychronisation with mobile devices... So as Tony says, it would be good if you tells us what you want to do.




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Reply # 103643 8-Jan-2008 19:31
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And a simple *bump* post would be enough. People didn't reply because they don't like you - as Tony wrote you have to agree that posting this on the day before Xmas Eve, at 1:37am is hardly the time people would be looking at these things...






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  Reply # 105993 21-Jan-2008 18:58
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Sorry.

The thing is, I have Google Apps on my domain. But I want to use Exchange instead, so I get the Active Directory features. I dont want to disable my Google Apps, because I have all my emails on there.

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  Reply # 105995 21-Jan-2008 19:14
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Google Apps is basically Exchange.

You pretty much need to choose one to use.

You could connect Exchange to Google Apps via POP3, but I cant think of very many good reasons to do that.







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  Reply # 105999 21-Jan-2008 20:01
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Stick with one or the other...

If you want Exchange, and you want to get all your emails off Google Apps. connect to it via POP3 or IMAP through Outlook (temporary) to download and archive all your emails. (for each user, each with a PST file)

Then set up your Exchange server (with MX and all etc transferred and pointing to your Exchange server), and set up user accounts (which you already have) and configure the mailbox for each user.

Once you can connect to the Exchange mailboxes via Outlook, then open the PST file you created and copy and paste them into each mailbox.

you can follow a similar process with archiving and restore items back into Outlook/Exchange mailbox from my recent SBS reinstall.




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