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steps of migration from one server exchange 2010 to another server running exchange 2013  but both of them run under same domain
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Paul Cunningham (ExchangeServerPro) has excellent articles and guides to do this ... http://exchangeserverpro.com/exchange-server-upgrades-migrations/

MSExchange.org is decent too.
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Akram,

Do you have a status update for us?

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Here are a set of high level tasks to transition to Exchange 2013.  I recommend Exchange 2016 if you can.  Tasks are essentially the same.

Coexistence

Migration
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first thanks guys for your help but There is no clear steps, we have three database wanted to be migrate to new server which aren't coexistence mode.
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