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Need to export user list from AD with e-mail addresses, ailases and login username

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Hey there, I am migrating from a SBS2003 to a SBS 2008.  I have named the domains different between the boxes, so none of the nice migration utilities will probably work.

There is a good number of users on the older box (30-40) but I can re enter them if needed, would be nice if there was an easy way to export a list of the users full names, login names, email aliases so I can go through and enter them.

Thoughts?
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Heyna is a very a good tool that will do exactly what you need. If you do not fancy purchasing software then you can use the Quest AD Powershell tools to do the same thing with a little bit of coding.
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Here can I find Heyna
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Where can I find Heyna
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You can find Hyena here...

http://www.systemtools.com/hyena/index.html

There is a trial available for you to test.
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Thank you
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Even though points have been awarded, may I recommend the following resource? It covers *exactly* your scenario and covers the proper way to use the MS tools that can assist with the migration. It even covers the "gotchas" that will hit you after the migration is done, such as old X500 addresses.
http://blogs.technet.com/b/sbs/archive/2009/05/01/sbs-2003-to-sbs-2008-migration-to-a-different-domain-name.aspx
 
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