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How to Install SBS 2011 as a new Forest/Domain and migrate old Exchange 2003 from old NON-SBS Forest/Domain into the new SBS 2011/Exchange 2010.

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I would like to Install SBS 2011 as a new Forest/Domain and migrate the old Exchange 2003 from an non SBS Forest/Domain into the new SBS 2011 / Exchange 2010.

Old Forest/Domain (2003) which is NOT a SBS will be left up, just need to migrate Exchange off of it and onto the SBS 2011 (Exchange 2010) server.

So this is not from SBS to SBS and it is across Forest.
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Since SBS does not support trusts and since you want to build this as a new forest and domain, you only have one choice. Export the mailboxes and public folders as pst files and then import them into exchange 2010.
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