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Hello, Ask a question: I have a domain: dibajxxx,  i have a windows 2003 mixed mode, i have a exchange 2003 mixed mode.
We have a user to administrative the exchange, it's not a administrative user of windows 2003 server, this user is member of:  Account Operator, Backup operators, Domain users, remote desktop, server operators.
The questión is:  In experts-exchange i've read answers and  it say that the only possible MOVE mailboxes into the same server if the user it's member of the LOCAL ADMINISTRATOR,  on google i've can read next http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa998937.aspx   if any person explain me what permission i need to move a mailbox on exchange 2003, microsoft told me that if necessary install exchange tools on the worstation computer to move a mailbox.
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This article discusses the permissions needed for performing a number of different tasks with Exchange, including what's needed to move a mailbox: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb124053.aspx
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