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Mirgrating users from Exchnage 2003 to exchnage 2010

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Hi,

While migrating users from exchange 2003 to exchange 2010, using the exchange 2010 console, I move them to the old database of exchange 2003 instead of the new Exchange 2010 data base.

How do I put them in exchange 2010 database now. They are already moved.

Thanks.

Roger38
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by:Shreedhar Ette
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In same way how you moved them to Exchange 2003. However make sure to slect proper database and server.
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by:Roger38
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They were created originally in 2003.

I moved them to Exchange 2010 using Exchange management console, but they still show that they are in exchange 2003 database not in exchange 2010 database.

How di I now put them in exchange 2010 database.  When I right click on the user account in exchange 2010 console, there is no move feature available.

Thanks.
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by:Shreedhar Ette
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Please Close and open the Exchange Management Console and then check the status.
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by:Roger38
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I did.

It still shows the mailbox still  in the old database.

Thanks.

Roger38
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by:Stelian Stan
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On Exchange 2010 run:

Get-Mailbox | ft Name,Server

That way you can find where each mailbox resides. Also you can try to initiate the move from Exchange 2003.


To move "user1" mailbox you can run:
New-MoveRequest –Identity user1 –TargetDatabase ‘New Mailbox Database’

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