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I'm about to complete my office 365 exchange migration tonight and I'm wondering what the best way to finish this thing up.

I've run a batch script a few times this week to sync the mailboxes and it's working error free.

1) run batch script for a final time
2) stop exchange services on onsite exchange 2010 server
3) change dns records
4) change settings on outlook 2007/2010 for about 20 desktops.
5) wait..

The users have been informed they wont have any email for a 12-24 hour period. It's not an issue.

Thanks for any input.
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