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Default Migrating BES from Domino to Exchange platform

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I could very well use your advice!

One of our clients in the Netherlands is running a BES on a Domino platform with about 50 users. They are planning to migrate their mail platform from Domino to Exchange 2003. In doing so, they also want to migrate from BES Domino to BES Exchange.

I searched the forums and found some very usefull information, but hopefully someone can help me with the following questions:
1) do they need to buy a new (full) BES for Exchange? (Or is there a way to migrate the existing Domino BES?)
2) can they use their existing CAL's (including the 20 user license that came with the BES)
3) If they have to buy a new (full) BES for Exchange, can they test it while still running the Domino BES? (And migrating the CAL's 1 by 1)

Thanks for your help.

Dutchy
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