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Need help Migrating Exchange Roles 2010

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I have two exchange servers in my organization.

Mail1
Windows Server 2008; Exchange 2010
Installed Roles: Hub Transport, Mailbox, Client Access

Mail2
Windows Server 2008R2; Exchange 2010 SP1
Installed Roles: Hub Transport, Mailbox, Client Access

Mail 1 was an old server that we need to get rid of.  I recently built Mail2 and have moved all the mailbox databases and public folder databases From Mail1 to Mail2.

I need to move the exchange roles and their configurations from Mail1 to Mail2.

What do I need to do.  Is there a guide that will walk me through this steps of moving these roles?

Thanks!
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You can follow the same guide for Exchange 2007 to 2010 Migration and just ensure all is done

Once your mostly sure simply stop services on the old server or shut it down and ensure all is smooth for a week and proceed

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Server_Software/Email_Servers/Exchange/Q_27456034.html
http://exchangeserverpro.com/forums/exchange-server-2010/1403-upgrading-exchange-2010-new-hardware-exch2010-exch-2010-a.html

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