Sad day today. I have officially moved from Exchange 2003 and now onto Exchange 2010. With Google offering free personalized domain gmail accounts it almost feels irrelevant to host my own corporate account. My experiences so far with Exchange 2010 is what I expected. filled with love/hate running across new interface with new error messages I now have to constantly google for a solution to. Thankfully most of the answers were found from microsoft.com. The upside now is the powershell integration. Whatever obscure changes that are needed can be expressed in a commandline scripted manner. I leave Exchange 2003 resenting the fact that the only reason why I upgraded was simply because current gen software no longer supports Exchange 2003. My Windows Phone 7.5 had bugs with attachments specific to Exchange 2003 users (bug fix was apparently on the pipeline however I am impatient). MS office 2011 (for osx) and MS office 2010 (for windows) both are incompatible to Exchange 2003. It was almost a decade ago that I was just learning the ins and outs of Exchange 2000 and 2003. I’m glad some of the experiences was transferable and lead to a near problem free Exchange 2010 setup.