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We have an onsite Hybrid 2010 Exchange server. All our mailboxes have now been moved over to Office 365. We are using DirSync to Sync our users and Passwords. I fully understand that I will need to use ADSI Edit to modify mail attributes if I decommission the onsite server. I also know the Non-Recommended/Recommended decommissioning method from MS from the link below.
http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2012/12/05/decommissioning-your-exchange-2010-servers-in-a-hybrid-deployment.aspx

I want to know your experience doing this decommission? Any problem with the mailboxes at the cloud after remove the Hybrid configuration and the exchange uninstall?

Thanks,
Libet
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Imtiaz Hasham earned 500 total points
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The only problem we faced once was with the user mailboxes.

Once it was commissioned with our autodetect correctly, the end users started getting the emails.

We also used the documentation from Petri. CV o.il
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Thanks Hasham
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