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Assistance with migrating from Exchange 2000 to Exchange 2007

Posted on 2007-11-19
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Hi Everyone,

I am looking for assistance with migrating a client from MS Exchange 2000 to MS Exchange 2007.  The client has one public IP address and are behind a firewall.  The firewall routes the ports to the proper machine.  Instead of moving all the mailboxes at one time is there a way I can move individual mailboxes and have the 2000 server push the email to the 2007 server if the account has been moved?

Thanks!
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Thanks for the link but this is for 2003 to 2007, not 2000 to 2007.
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Great thanks...only one more question.  Does it matter that the two servers are in different domains?  FYI...the domains are trusting one another.
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shouldnt do, i know that they can be moved from one exchange org to another organization so should be fine. i know that 2007 has to comunicate with 2003 DC tho to run the move mailbox command.
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