I am writing a series of blog where I will guide you on test cases that should carry out when upgrading from either Exchange 2003 or Exchange Server 2007 to Exchange 2010. This blog is fourth of this series.
Each blog will contain two or three test cases that will guide you on various testing conditions that should help you streamline your Exchange upgrade.
Use the Queue Viewer to see messages pending delivery to a Send Connector that is currently down, disabled, or Frozen
Queue length should vary depending on the operation.
Disable, Enable, Freeze, Unfreeze various queues as messages are flowing through the system. Also disable and enable remote smart hosts as mail is being transferred.
Enjoy and don’t forget to read the first blog of this series at:
Microsoft Exchange 2010 upgrade Test cases – Part 1
Microsoft Exchange 2010 upgrade Test cases – Part 2
Microsoft Exchange 2010 upgrade Test cases – Part 3
Read my favorites blogs:
Designing a backup less Exchange 2010 Architecture
Step by step guide for upgrading Active Directory from Microsoft Windows 2003 to Microsoft Windows Server 2008