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    Dear All,
    I have inherited two domains admin and curriculum. Our exchange(Exchange 2003 with SP2) is sitting on admin domain and providing the email facility only for staffs. Our long term plan is move to one domain(Curriculum) and also have emails facility for the students.

    What would be the best way to achieve this.
    1. Go to Office 365 from admin AD and join it back to curriculum AD
    2. Migrate exchange to curriculum than go to cloud
    3. Upgrade exchange first than go to cloud

    Many thanks in advance.

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    I looked at doing this for a school last year. In the end we were advised to leave office365 aloan as we were running exchange and you can encounter problems.
    If I had to choose, I would go for option 1. Migrate from admin AD, and then rejoin



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