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Move-Mailbox cmdlet not listed under get-help

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Move-Mailbox cmdlet is not listed when I run get-help.  I'm trying to move mailboxes from and Exchange 2003 in one forest to an Exchang 2007 in another forest but when I run the cmdlet Move-Mailbox like the examples that I downloaded I get >> and I use ctr-C to get out.  Do I have to add the Move-Mailbox cmdlet somehow?
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The first link is the example I followed which brings me the the >> prompt and doesn't do anything because I'm thinking that the Move-Mailbox cmdlet is not under my powershell v1 or v2.  

The second link, I would have to install Exchange 2003 and move old Exchange to it and then use the Move wizard to move to Exchange 2007 which I'm thinking of doing now since the powershell isn't working.
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You would have to run the move mailbox cmd shell using Exchange shell on target server
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Now I see what I was doing wrong, I was using the wrong Shell manager.  Thanks for your help.
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