NT4 Exchange 5.5 (O=ABC) exchange 2003 (O=AB) Message store migration

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I am migrating from an old NT4 Domain Exchange 5.5 installation to 2003 SBS. After much ado I have realized that my NT4 Orginization isn't what I thought it was and isn't the same as the Orginization name on the 2003 server. Consequently I can't use the ADC to import my user accounts or mailboxes. Does anyone know of a solution that will allow me to either convert this Orginization (without reinstalling 2003 sbs) or import at least the message store cleanly?
ASKED: November 15, 2007  6:39 PM
UPDATED: December 5, 2007  4:36 PM

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Wrobinson | Nov 24 2007 4:28PM GMT

I think that there is a way to do this but it is not supported. You are better off uninstalling the Exchange 2003 organization and install from scratch. Alternatively, you can perform a migration to a new AD and Exchange organization in a resource forest scenario.

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  • Wrobinson
    I think that there is a way to do this but it is not supported. You are better off uninstalling the Exchange 2003 organization and install from scratch. Alternatively, you can perform a migration to a new AD and Exchange organization in a resource forest scenario.
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