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Consolidating two diferent Exchange server Domains

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Hi Experts,

We have two separate MS exchange 2010 domain infrastructures and we want to create one exchange  environment ( Exchange 2013).

We are planning on creating a new Exchange 2013 DAG environment.

Any recommendations on performing this Exchange consolidation ?

We would also like to keep the two email domains, is this possible ?

Thanks
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To achive this you have to perform the cross-forest migration. Yes you can perform consolidation and also keep two SMTP domains.
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R--R,

Thank you for responding.

Do you have any documentations or recommended links for this process ?
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I do have a two way AD Trust between the two involve domains.
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Hi,

You can use the below link from Satheshwaran Manoharan

http://careexchange.in/cross-forest-migration-guide-exchange-2010-to-exchange-2010/
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Sorry for the delay. I am configuring  a test lab to test this item.
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Thank you, I appreciate your help
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