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Exchange 2010 Archive Migration

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Hello!  I am going to be performing a migration from Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2010.  What I would like to do is the following:

Users mailbox is in DB1
Users mailbox is in DB2
New Location is NDB1
New Location is NDB2
Archive1
Archive2

I need to take the users main mailbox and move it from DB1 to NDB1.  Then I need to take the Archive and move it to Archive1.  Then I need to take users in DB2 and move them to NDB2 and move their Archive to Archive2.

Their Archives are all jumbled togehter in 1 main Database but we want to organize them a little better.  Can you help with a powershell script that can do this?  Thank you!
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