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Exchange Migration, SBS2003 to 2008R2 Exchange 2010 Server.

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Hi there,

I want to migrate mails from old Exchange 2003 on SBS server 2003 to a new Server 2008 R2 with Exchange 2010.

It's on a new domain, all the users are news (but physically same person).

I wanted to know if i should only make a .PST file on all users and import them on new users on the new Outlook profile ?

Did i forget something ?

Thank you.
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by:Gareth Gudger
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How many users?
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12 users.
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With just 12 users I would go with your plan.
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Okay, so that mean i have to do an archive.pst for all users and then import that one on new outlook profiles right ?
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Not necessarily an archive.pst.

Export to a PST from the File Menu. In Outlook 2013 this is File menu ==> Open & Export ==> Import & Export ==> Export to a file ==> Outlook Data File (.pst).

Once you have a new profile that is attached to the new Exchange server you can then do an Import.
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If you are looking for a more server based utility you can also look at EXMerge.
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=2743
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