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I have a domain with a two way trust to another domain.

I have completed user, group and profile moves from source domain to target domain with ADMT tools v3.2

I need to migrate the mailboxes across.

Source domain has exchange 2007 Sp1. Target domain has exchange 2010 Sp1.

Is there a way to use the managment console to migrate mailboxes? I thought you could if there was a trust but I dont get that option when I click the "Move Mailbox" option, it only allows me to move mailboxes within the same server.

I know I can use the move-mailbox command, but I was hoping there was a GUI interface that couold be used.
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hey set,

Yes that worked. DOwnloaded the new-moverequest script from microsoft and was able to migrate legacy accounts from exchange 2003 and 2007.

thanks
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hey set,

Yes that worked. DOwnloaded the new-moverequest script from microsoft and was able to migrate legacy accounts from exchange 2003 and 2007.

thanks
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