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Is it possible to combine a cut-over migration from SBS/Exchange 2003 to o365, and also upload PSTs of users who have larger mailboxes at another time?
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Yes, that is possible.

Another alternative is to upload the PSTs before hand, and then all you'd have to do is upload the difference during the final migration step.

We did this for one of our subsidiaries with about 20 employees.  Took our helpdesk guy about 3 hours to do all the work.
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