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How do I move mailboxes from SBS2000 to SBS2003 in different domains

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I have two different domains, both have the same Admin ID/Password and I still can't get the migration tool to work on either systems to see each other. I can see each server and quickly share a drive without any validation of username or password. But when I try the migration tool, it doesn't allow me to "trust" each server. I am able to expoert from Outlook to a PST file and import once a user is part of the new domain, but this is very lengthy process. I was hoping to use a migration tool or just move some files.
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SBS server doesn't support trusts, that's your main problem.
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserver2003/sbs/techinfo/overview/generalfaq.mspx

The only thing I can think of to help out with the mailboxes is - If the Exchange Site, Organisation and server are called the same thing on both system you could try a restore from backup.



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Whoops complete forgot about Exmerge

Have a look at this:
http://www.microsoft.com/exchange/techinfo/tips/Mail_Moving.asp
http://www.outlookexchange.com/Articles/JasonSherry/sherry_c4p1.asp

Otherwise bung Exmerge into google
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The use of Exmerge turned out to be the solution. All other migration tools hit road blocks.  Excellent tip, glad I used it
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