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    New domain exchange migration

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    We are moving away from our RM domain in the summer. In that domain there is a exchange 2010 server single server. I need to move all mailboxes over to new domain. What's the best way of doing this? Would that be a cross org migration?

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    i'd be tempted to use powershell to pull out your mailboxes as PST files and then just pipe those back to your new mailboxes on your new server. Followed that process for a move last summer and it worked flawlessly once i'd got my PS script nailed down.

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