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Want to rename the primary email address for multiple accounts at once

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Hi, in Exchange 2007 I am taking a second domain on board. i have created all the user accounts and have given them bogus email addresses so as not to affect routing before the cut-over.

 I will need to modify the email addresses of all these accounts at the point of cut-over, instead of manually going into each account, approximately 130, can I script the change using a .csv file for instance?

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