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I have read all the docs I can find and still can't seem to find anything that tells how to move mailboxes between separate domains.

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I have a SBS 5.5 server that is being replaced with a new server (SBS 2000). I have moved everything to the new box except for the mailboxes. The trust thing really puts a damper on moving. Any tools out there that will make this move happen or any papers written about this process?


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The only way that I have moved Exchange Mailboxes from 5.5 to 2000 on SBS is using the Exmerge utility.  It is found in the Exchange Resource Kit.  It allows you to export data from 5.5 to .pst files and then import in the 2000 server.  
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I ran across this earlier after about a week of digging. Thanks anyway...


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