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Exchange Database Portability Between 2010 and 2013

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I have 2 exchange servers, a 2010 and a 2013.  The 2010 is down and is the 2010 exchange server that hosted the information store.  I have the information store in a clean shutdown.  Would like to attach the store to the 2013 server using the database portability tool.  Will it work?  If not what can I do?
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