Moving Mailboxes between 2 DAGS vs Standlone server

I'm moving mailboxes from a DAG to a standalone exchange server (both exchange 2010). I like to create a new DAG. My question is what's the difference b/w moving mailboxes from DAG to standalone server or moving mailboxes from DAG1 to DAG2. I like to do the second approach.

(Replicating Database copy is not a option, customer requires new DAG and DB's)


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Numan
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If you move a mailbox from DAG to database, mailbox will be stored only in that particular database . i.e. mailbox has only one copy.
But when you move from DAG to DAG all the all the DAG members will have the mailbox stored.
Please check this for details.
http://thoughtsofanidlemind.com/2011/07/11/moving-a-database-between-dags/
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