Exch2k7 migration on 2k13?

Good afternoon.
There are two simple exchange 2007 and 2013 with the latest service packs installed.
I correctly understood an essence of migration in exchange:
First, put 2013, rolled updates, configurable mail, so the letters came, went and then do a database migration? That is, migration does not imply the transfer of the settings, policies which were, and only the database itself, am I right?
I studied this and this guide, but about the transfer of settings I did not understand a bit.
July 8th 19 at 11:30
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July 8th 19 at 11:32
Solution
Since upgrade Exchange from version to version does not imply in-place upgrade, you basically put a new server on it by default.
The migration includes change these settings under a new infrastructure - such as changing the mailflow, new features like archiving, etc.
The final stage of the migration (when everything is moved and set to new) - a week of silence (shutting down old servers) - and if all is well - it full demmissie.
Aha, then I misunderstood the word "migration".
I understand that " changing the mailflow, new features like archiving, etc." needs to do himself, manually, ie, can't export settings from Exch2k7 to load them in 2k13? - kenya commented on July 8th 19 at 11:35
: right, well, that is settings that can be the same, but they do need arms in the GUI or through in-house export and import in Powershell. Usually there is not much need to redo it (of course depends on your situation, we have the company and where 150 accepted domains), but the overall message - the automatic money - give me whatever - no, it does work either mail administrator or the project engineer (the one that is in the process of migration). - elizabeth_Russel commented on July 8th 19 at 11:38
: Understood. Thanks for the reply. - kenya commented on July 8th 19 at 11:41

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