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Moving the mailboxes and Publc Store back to Exc. 2003 from Exc. 2010

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Hi,
We have this issue where we may have to run our SBS 2003 server for a while So the SBS 2011 server can be rebuilt. Among other things one of the hurdles is going to be moving the Exchange data back to 2003. Does the upgrade change the Databases for 2010? or can it be moved backwards without to many bumps too deal with? And what would be a the proper way to do it?

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Tony
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Manpreet SIngh Khatra earned 500 total points
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YES you can move mailboxes back and PF replication ...

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Ok , Thank you, Can you give a rough explination on how?
Not real experienced with exchange.
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Simply click on Mailbox in EMC "Exchange 2010" and move mailbox and select the Legacy server .... if not you can do from ESM in Exchange 2003 as well

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Is there a way to do this if the two servers are not networked? They are both SBS servers.
Don't think they will play together. Please let me know if I am wrong.
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Well, I guess that question was to direct!
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I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

outdated, problem solved
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