I am having DAG servers across US, Europe, asia

I need to move some mailboxes from europe database ( EUROPE-01B ) to us mailbox database( AMERICA-02P )

i needed some clarifications to what i am righting below.

1) move mail box from europe database to us database across in DAG (don't know the command clearly)
2) run cleanmailbox database in europe DAG server so users are disconnected
3) reconnect the user migrated to US Mailbox database ( reconnect)

is it correct
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Tim EdwardsIT Team Lead - Unified Communications & CollaborationCommented:
If you are running a single DAG, you only need to move the users mailbox from one database to the other. You can do this through the GUI or Shell.

Reference Article:
Move mailboxes to a destination database:
New-MoveRequest <username> -TargetDatabase <destinationdatabase>

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No additional work is required.
Sandeep KumarAssociate ConsultantCommented:
You can perform the migration with commands what you are looking for from this blog.

Or if you want automated solution to easily migrate any number of mailboxes from Europe database (EUROPE-01B) to our mailbox database (AMERICA-02P), then give a try to the Kernel Migrator for Exchange software. It can migrate Exchange (cross or intra forest), Public, Hosted or Office 365 migrations. Visit: to know more about its features.
pramod1Author Commented:
we have separate DAG for Europe and America, then how the command will work?
All Exchange databases are located within the same organization and it doesn't really matters if it's protect by DAG or stand-alone, you still can move the mailbox from one database to another.
Unless you have separate Exchange organization for each continent ...

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