Exchange 2003 and Exchange 2010 - databases do not see each other

I have some test servers including 4 DC's (Windows 2003 SP2) - Domain & Forest Functional Level - Server 2003.  I have one Windows 2003 SP2 Server with Exchange Server 2003 and I added the first Windows 2008 R2 SP1 Standard with Exchange 2010 SP1.  Everything went fine in the installation, but after I noticed that each server can see the other server but they can not see the database on the other server.  Can anyone please give me some idea of what I should be looking for?  Thank you!
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endital1097Connect With a Mentor Commented:
You can only see 2010 databases in the management console because the database are no longer server objects but rather organizational objects (all earlier versions of Exchange a database was part of a storage group that belonged to a server)

In the 2010 management console under Recipient Management, when you perform a New Local Move Request you will see all databases

This is expected
gomezc12Author Commented:
I also checked the log files and this is one of the error messages that I received:
Failed to mount database 'Mailbox Database 0296088125' on (Duration=00:00:00.6327762, ErrorMessage=An Active Manager operation failed with a transient error. Please retry the operation. Error: Database action failed with transient error. Error: A transient error occurred during a database operation. Error: MapiExceptionNetworkError: Unable to make admin interface connection to server. (hr=0x80040115, ec=-2147221227)
Diagnostic context:
    Lid: 12696   dwParam: 0x6D9      Msg: EEInfo: Generation Time: 2011-05-05 18:21:51:923
    Lid: 10648   dwParam: 0x6D9      Msg: EEInfo: Generating component: 2
    Lid: 14744   dwParam: 0x6D9      Msg: EEInfo: Status: 1753
    Lid: 9624    dwParam: 0x6D9      Msg: EEInfo: Detection location: 501
    Lid: 13720   dwParam: 0x6D9      Msg: EEInfo: Flags: 0
    Lid: 11672   dwParam: 0x6D9      Msg: EEInfo: NumberOfParameters: 4
    Lid: 8856    dwParam: 0x6D9      Msg: EEInfo: prm[0]: Unicode string: ncalrpc
    Lid: 8856    dwParam: 0x6D9      Msg: EEInfo: prm[1]: Unicode string:
    Lid: 12952   dwParam: 0x6D9      Msg: EEInfo: prm[2]: Long val: -1988875570
    Lid: 12952   dwParam: 0x6D9      Msg: EEInfo: prm[3]: Long val: 382312662
    Lid: 24060   StoreEc: 0x80040115
    Lid: 23746  
    Lid: 31938   StoreEc: 0x80040115
    Lid: 19650  
    Lid: 27842   StoreEc: 0x80040115
    Lid: 20866  
The following appeared a few minutes later.
Finished automounting due to store start (, AttemptedMounts=2, AttemptedDismounts=0, AttemptedDbSyncs=0).
gomezc12Author Commented:
Also after that I received the following messages:
Mount for database 'Public Folder Database 1311307111' finished. (Duration StoreMount=00:00:03.3687625, Duration PreMount=00:00:00.0112008)

ExSearch Mount for database guid=9f480f66-529c-42ab-ab78-3d5022da14a3 on server 'TEST-EXWIN2010' succeeded.

Finished automounting due to store start (, AttemptedMounts=2, AttemptedDismounts=0, AttemptedDbSyncs=0).

Active manager on this server is running as Standalone for duration 02:59:59.6114810 (, ChangeFlags='None', LastError='<Null>', ServersInMaintenance='')

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gomezc12Author Commented:
I was even able to create a new user on the new Exchange 2010 server and then send and receive emails from that user to users on the other server.  My problem is that when I try to migrate users, it shows the name of the server but not the database, so I can't complete that task.
gomezc12Author Commented:
I ran the "Collect Organizational Health Data" and this is the output:

Summary: 3 item(s). 3 succeeded, 0 failed.
Elapsed time: 00:00:15

Read file

Exchange Management Shell command completed:
Read binary stream from the file 'D:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V14\bin\ExBPA.StayingInformed.Config.xml'.

Elapsed Time: 00:00:00

Collect Organizational Health Data

Exchange Management Shell command completed:
Test-SystemHealth -ConfigurationData '<Binary Data>' -OutData

Elapsed Time: 00:00:15

Save Organizational Health Data

Exchange Management Shell command completed:
Set-OrganizationConfig -OrganizationSummary 'TotalExchangeServers,3,False','TotalMailboxServers,1,False','TotalUMServers,0,False','TotalClientAccessServers,1,False','TotalTransportServers,1,False','TotalCALMailboxes,1,False','EnterpriseCALs,0,False','StandardCALs,1,False','TotalJounalingUser,0,False','TotalDatabases,2,False','TotalDatabasesCopy,1,False','TotalDatabasesCopyUnhealthy,0,False','Total2009ExchangeServers,1,False','Total2007ExchangeServers,0,False','Total2003ExchangeServers,2,False','TotalUnlicensedExchangeServers,1,False','TotalRecipients,1969,False','TotalMailboxes,1,False','TotalDistributionGroups,490,False','TotalDynamicDistributionGroups,0,False','TotalMailContacts,131,False','TotalMailUsers,1,False','TotalLegacyMailbox,1021,False','TotalMessagingRecordManagementUser,0,False','TotalUnifiedMessagingUser,0,False','TotalOWAUser,1023,False','TotalActiveSyncUser,1023,False','TotalMAPIUser,1023,False','TotalPOP3User,1023,False','TotalIMAP4User,1023,False'

Elapsed Time: 00:00:00

gomezc12Author Commented:
Thank you sooooo much!!!!  I was really worried what I had done wrong.  We did not cover this in a class I was in.  This is awesome!!!  Thank you so much!!!!!
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