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Posted on 2011-03-16
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Hello, I have an existing exchange 2003 server that was migrated from Exchange 2000 that is having several issues from replication, sync errors and OAB errors. After 6 hours with microsoft it seems worse. I'm getting ready to move to Exchange 2010 but I was concerned about "migrating" because I do not want to bring all the problems over. Are there any other options or a way to migrate just the mailboxs. Thanks
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Matthenkel,

Moving to 2010 is a migration rather than an in place upgrade anyway, 2010 gets loaded and configured on a new 2008 server and the mailboxes get migrated over.

Unless you have problems with the mailbox info store you should be fine.

Run the Ex2010 migration analyzer on your existing org and it will highlight any problems.
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