We have a hybrid Exchange 2010 / Office 365 deployment and we are hoping to phase out the 2010 Server and replace it with Exchange 2013 CU11.
I have followed the prerequisite details found here (updated Schema/AD and installed relevant roles on new server) - https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb691354(v=exchg.150).aspx
So now I have a Server 2012 VM with Exchange 2013 CU11 installed with the CAS/Mailbox roles.
As we are phasing out the 2010 server, I assume the 2013 server will need a way to send out mail (similar to hub transport service in 2010), How do we do this?
Can we have two servers send mail concurrently? so we can test that the 2013 server works before taking down the 2010 server
As we are currently in a hybrid state with the 2010 server, we can only see the ~50 mailboxes that are hosted on premise (on the 2010 server) within the EAC on the 2013 server so we cannot manage the office 365 mailboxes from EAC.
Does this mean that we will need to re-run the hybrid tool? Can both servers be in a hybrid state at the same time?
I've tried to setup an outlook profile to connect to the 2013 server to access a mailbox hosted on the 2010 server however i get the error message 'The name cannot be resolved. the connection to microsoft exchange is unavailable. Outlook must be online or connected to complete this action'
I've tried to telnet on port 993 however the connection fails even though i've added an any any any rule in windows firewall on all three profiles.