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Exchange 2010 mailbox move to SBS2011

Posted on 2012-03-13
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We have an Exchange 2010 server which hosts mail for 2 companies.

The 2nd company is moving out and we are building them an SBS 2011 server so they can take it with them, this will be a new domain for them.

Is it possible to link the SBS2011 and our Exchange 2010 server together so I can move the mailboxes over?...

Thought it would be quicker than exporting to PST and creating new mailboxes.

Cheers,
Shaun
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I'm confused,

I don't see a migration tool in Exchange 2010 on my Server 2008 R2.........

I want to migrate certain mailboxes from the above server to a new SBS2011 server

Cheers,
Shaun
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In the end we exported all mailboxes to PST and imported them into the SBS 2011 server.
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Not the answer we were hoping for.
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