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Moving Mailboxes Back and Forth Between Exchange Server 2003 and 2007

Posted on 2009-02-21
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If you have a co-existence Exchange setup in your domain and setup with 1 Exchange server 2003 at one site and another Exchange server 2007 at another site can you still move mailboxes back and forth from each Exchange servers in different sites like before?
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Thanks, that link has a lot of useful information. In the job I do we regularly move mailboxes from 2003 to 2003 but in a couple of months where I am at will go to 2007 and we still need the ability to send back to 2003 and them to send to 2007 on a regular basis.
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Sorry for any misspellings :-).
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No problem...glad I could help
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