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I would like to know what are the main issues migrated mail accounts to Exchange 2010 to live@edu.. Let me give a example if I had a mail account Exchange 2003 and wanted to migrate them straight to live@edu what would the main problems I would face. if that was done
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I have done that twice, no issues!!!
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Would archive mail be a issue
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