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Moving exchange 2010 database to exchange 2013

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Hi,
I am running SBS2011 with exchange 2010, Now planning to install new server 2012 standard and exchange 2013. How can I move all exchange mail box to new server?
thanks in advance
Biju
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Technet has official guidance on how to install exchange 2013 into an exchange 2010 environment and then move mailboxes. More info here:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj898583(v=exchg.150).aspx

But for your question, as worded, the answer is you can't simply move the database. They are different and therefore a migration process must be used.
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