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backing up exchange 2003 email and reimporting into exchange 2003 in different domain

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I need to export email from one exchange 2003 server in one AD domain and then import it into exchange 2003 in a different AD domain. What is the simplest way of going about this?

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Hi,

Exmerge via Exchange if the mailboxes are below 2GB. Export to PST via Outlook if over 2GB.

Further reading: http://www.rackspace.com/apps/support/portal/6159
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and just to make sure it won't matter that I'm importing them into an exchange server on a different domain and org name? Another thing is of course that the mailbox names will be different.
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It won't matter, emails are just emails. However to get around if an old email is replied to all, that's where creating the X500 addresses will resolve that problem.

http://www.rackspace.com/apps/support/portal/6233
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