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Moving mailboxes to a new exchange 2010 server issues

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Hello experts,

We have a single exchange server 2010 in our organization.

I have built a new server an dinstalled exchange on it.

Now I will start moving mailboxes to the new server, after then I will uninstall exchange from the old server.

My questions:

1. How to know in which server each mailbox is stored ?
2. After moving all mailboxes, may I uninstall exchange from the first server safely?
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The mailboxes on the legacy server will show up with a different icon

as for removing the last Legacy (exchange 2003) server id look at this:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb288905(EXCHG.80).aspx

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My both servers are Exchange 2010
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In that case, I would run the get-mailboxstatistics cmdlet for the Source DB and then use EMC to move the mailboxes.

then take a look at this.

http://therealshrimp.blogspot.com/2010/03/clean-removal-of-first-exchange-2010.html

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