Move mailbox cross domain

Posted on 2011-02-15
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Last Modified: 2012-05-11
Hey everyone.
I have created a new domain within my company.  I am trying to find the most efficient way to move the user mailboxes from exchange server 1, in 1stdomain.local to exchange server 2 in 2nddomain.local.
The two domain controllers, 1 from each domain, have a trust relationship working, i have migrated test users over.
I have not had to do with yet, till now with exchange 2007.  It seems like a whole new monster from previous versions.
Any ideas, tips or suggestions for migrating all my users mailboxes to the new domain?
Question by:Linear-IT

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Appreciate the help guys, i was able to use a bit of both your answers to get done what I needed.

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