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Migrating/Merging 2 hosted exchange accounts (don't have direct access to exchange server)

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I'm moving a client from one hosted exchange account to another. Client wants to keep all emails, calendars, contacts, etc.

Given that it's a hosted solution and I don't have direct access to the exchange server... What's the best way to do this?

Take the old exchange, export to PST, and import that into the new exchange?

Thanks!
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Deepu Chowdary earned 500 total points
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Yes if there is no access to that server then exporting to PST and importing into the new Exchange is the only way AFAIK.
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Yes, what Exchange9 is stating is true. You can either archive or export all the items you specified into a PST and import them manually once you've moved the customer over to the new Exchange server.
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