Decommissioning On-Premises Exchange Servers

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Microsoft
So you've moved all or most of your mailboxes to Exchange Online. You've been tasked with reducing or eliminating the on-prem footprint. How can we do this without causing availability issues or a support ticket? We'll cover some gotchas we've helped our customer with so you'll avoid the same pitfalls. We’ll review the process for the main portions of exchange, such as; client access, transport, and mailbox components
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