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Exchange 2013 - Moving a Resouce Mailbox to a different Database

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Have created several resources in exchange, but they were put into the wrong database.  Can these be moved?  I don't see the ability to move them like you move a user mailbox.  Need some guidance and help here.  Thanks.
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You can create a batch in EAC or use New-MoveRequest from the command line.

EAC:
Recipients > Migration > + Move to a different Database > Select your 'resource mailboxes' and follow the online process to complete the movement.
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