Exchange migration to a new forest

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Hi, we are in the process of migrating our exchange 2003 server over to a new exchange 2003 server in a different forest. I've migrated accounts with sid history, migrated their local profile, migrated their mailbox, and used the exprofre.exe tool to modify their mapi profile. The first time they log in everything works as expected, however the problem is the next time that they log in they get a message that their mailbox has been temporarily moved. Does anyone have any ideas on this? I know that I can recreate their mapi profile and get in, but the whole point of using exprofre.exe was to not have to do manually edit their mapi profile. Thanks.

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I figured it out, by making the user an admin of the pc, adding the dns suffix for the gc, and the /o switch fixed the issue.

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    Thanks for posting the solution Sean
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