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Can I move an Exchange 2010 server from one domain (mydomain.local) to a subdomain (sub.mydomain.local) in the same forest?

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I'm looking for the offiical docs from MS on this but cant' find them.

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no you cannot, you cannot change the domain membership of an exchange server your best bet is to install another exchange server and move all maibloxes to it
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I'm looking for some official word on this.

Thanks.
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looking for official word as in to prove it to someone or that my statement is not enough ?

the question is because i don't know where to find something from microsoft on it but you can find a lot of threads on the internet all stating the same thing
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