Move Exchange mailboxes from one Domain to another.

Okay, this is the scenario...

I got called in to fix a big mess.  I am not the one that set this up!
(Just wanted to clear that up. ;))

Windows 2003 network.. 2 Domains

Domain one:
Active Directory
DNS
DHCP
File Server

Domain two:
Active Directory
DNS
Exchange

Both domains are under separate forests.  The person that set this up
setup duplicate user accounts under both domains.  Why he didn't put
the exchange server under the same domain, I have no clue.  I just
figure he didn't know what he was doing.

So what I have is everyone logging in to Domain one to do their
everyday work and then when they go to check their E-mail, they are
being prompt to login to the second domain.  The user accounts are the
same but the passwords are different.

I know I can setup trust between the two different domains but I don't
want to do that.  What I want is to move the Exchange server to Domain
One.  How can I do that and re-associate all the mailboxes with the
users in Domain One?  Exchange is the ONLY thing in Domain Two and I
don't need it.

I've read how to migrate two different domains if user accounts are
different in both domains, but what do you do if they are the same?  It
is over 200 mailboxes and users and I don't want to lose the security
for Domain One.

Any ideas?  

Thanks in advance!

Neil

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12/7/2006 12:03:08 AM
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Since each user account can only have one mailbox associated with it, I 
would use Exmerge.exe to export the mailbox data from Domain 2 then import 
them back into Domain 1 mailboxes.  Each user can do this themselves within 
Outlook or you can do this over a weekend from the server.

-- 
John Oliver, Jr
MCSE, MCT, CCNA
Exchange MVP 2007
Microsoft Certified Partner

<nmowatt@gmail.com> wrote in message 
news:1165449788.396864.249150@f1g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
> Okay, this is the scenario...
>
> I got called in to fix a big mess.  I am not the one that set this up!
> (Just wanted to clear that up. ;))
>
> Windows 2003 network.. 2 Domains
>
> Domain one:
> Active Directory
> DNS
> DHCP
> File Server
>
> Domain two:
> Active Directory
> DNS
> Exchange
>
> Both domains are under separate forests.  The person that set this up
> setup duplicate user accounts under both domains.  Why he didn't put
> the exchange server under the same domain, I have no clue.  I just
> figure he didn't know what he was doing.
>
> So what I have is everyone logging in to Domain one to do their
> everyday work and then when they go to check their E-mail, they are
> being prompt to login to the second domain.  The user accounts are the
> same but the passwords are different.
>
> I know I can setup trust between the two different domains but I don't
> want to do that.  What I want is to move the Exchange server to Domain
> One.  How can I do that and re-associate all the mailboxes with the
> users in Domain One?  Exchange is the ONLY thing in Domain Two and I
> don't need it.
>
> I've read how to migrate two different domains if user accounts are
> different in both domains, but what do you do if they are the same?  It
> is over 200 mailboxes and users and I don't want to lose the security
> for Domain One.
>
> Any ideas?
>
> Thanks in advance!
>
> Neil
> 


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jcoliverjr (1013)
12/7/2006 1:19:57 AM
What about the idea of taking the data files (MDB files) from the
Exchange server on Domain 2 to Domain 1 then reconnecting each mailbox
to its corresponding user?  Would that work or is it possible?


John Oliver, Jr. [MVP] wrote:
> Since each user account can only have one mailbox associated with it, I
> would use Exmerge.exe to export the mailbox data from Domain 2 then import
> them back into Domain 1 mailboxes.  Each user can do this themselves within
> Outlook or you can do this over a weekend from the server.
>
> --
> John Oliver, Jr
> MCSE, MCT, CCNA
> Exchange MVP 2007
> Microsoft Certified Partner
>
> <nmowatt@gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:1165449788.396864.249150@f1g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
> > Okay, this is the scenario...
> >
> > I got called in to fix a big mess.  I am not the one that set this up!
> > (Just wanted to clear that up. ;))
> >
> > Windows 2003 network.. 2 Domains
> >
> > Domain one:
> > Active Directory
> > DNS
> > DHCP
> > File Server
> >
> > Domain two:
> > Active Directory
> > DNS
> > Exchange
> >
> > Both domains are under separate forests.  The person that set this up
> > setup duplicate user accounts under both domains.  Why he didn't put
> > the exchange server under the same domain, I have no clue.  I just
> > figure he didn't know what he was doing.
> >
> > So what I have is everyone logging in to Domain one to do their
> > everyday work and then when they go to check their E-mail, they are
> > being prompt to login to the second domain.  The user accounts are the
> > same but the passwords are different.
> >
> > I know I can setup trust between the two different domains but I don't
> > want to do that.  What I want is to move the Exchange server to Domain
> > One.  How can I do that and re-associate all the mailboxes with the
> > users in Domain One?  Exchange is the ONLY thing in Domain Two and I
> > don't need it.
> >
> > I've read how to migrate two different domains if user accounts are
> > different in both domains, but what do you do if they are the same?  It
> > is over 200 mailboxes and users and I don't want to lose the security
> > for Domain One.
> >
> > Any ideas?
> >
> > Thanks in advance!
> >
> > Neil
> >

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nmowatt (7)
12/7/2006 2:11:47 AM
Yes, this could work.  You would have to install Exchange Server in Domain 
1.  Once the Exchange Server is up and running you will need to go to the 
Mailbox Store Database Tab properties and make sure "this database can be 
overwritten by a restore" is checked.  Then copy the database files to your 
mdbdata folder and remount the store.  You will then need to Run Cleanup 
agent on the Mailbox Store and reconnect the mailboxes.  This all assumes 
the existing user accounts have no current mailboxes associated with them in 
Domain 1.

-- 
John Oliver, Jr
MCSE, MCT, CCNA
Exchange MVP 2007
Microsoft Certified Partner


<nmowatt@gmail.com> wrote in message 
news:1165457507.425627.154790@16g2000cwy.googlegroups.com...
> What about the idea of taking the data files (MDB files) from the
> Exchange server on Domain 2 to Domain 1 then reconnecting each mailbox
> to its corresponding user?  Would that work or is it possible?
>
>
> John Oliver, Jr. [MVP] wrote:
>> Since each user account can only have one mailbox associated with it, I
>> would use Exmerge.exe to export the mailbox data from Domain 2 then 
>> import
>> them back into Domain 1 mailboxes.  Each user can do this themselves 
>> within
>> Outlook or you can do this over a weekend from the server.
>>
>> --
>> John Oliver, Jr
>> MCSE, MCT, CCNA
>> Exchange MVP 2007
>> Microsoft Certified Partner
>>
>> <nmowatt@gmail.com> wrote in message
>> news:1165449788.396864.249150@f1g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
>> > Okay, this is the scenario...
>> >
>> > I got called in to fix a big mess.  I am not the one that set this up!
>> > (Just wanted to clear that up. ;))
>> >
>> > Windows 2003 network.. 2 Domains
>> >
>> > Domain one:
>> > Active Directory
>> > DNS
>> > DHCP
>> > File Server
>> >
>> > Domain two:
>> > Active Directory
>> > DNS
>> > Exchange
>> >
>> > Both domains are under separate forests.  The person that set this up
>> > setup duplicate user accounts under both domains.  Why he didn't put
>> > the exchange server under the same domain, I have no clue.  I just
>> > figure he didn't know what he was doing.
>> >
>> > So what I have is everyone logging in to Domain one to do their
>> > everyday work and then when they go to check their E-mail, they are
>> > being prompt to login to the second domain.  The user accounts are the
>> > same but the passwords are different.
>> >
>> > I know I can setup trust between the two different domains but I don't
>> > want to do that.  What I want is to move the Exchange server to Domain
>> > One.  How can I do that and re-associate all the mailboxes with the
>> > users in Domain One?  Exchange is the ONLY thing in Domain Two and I
>> > don't need it.
>> >
>> > I've read how to migrate two different domains if user accounts are
>> > different in both domains, but what do you do if they are the same?  It
>> > is over 200 mailboxes and users and I don't want to lose the security
>> > for Domain One.
>> >
>> > Any ideas?
>> >
>> > Thanks in advance!
>> >
>> > Neil
>> >
> 

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jcoliverjr (1013)
12/7/2006 2:48:32 AM
Great!

I'm going to give that a try and let you know how that goes! Thanks for
the help.

Neil


John Oliver, Jr. [MVP] wrote:
> Yes, this could work.  You would have to install Exchange Server in Domain
> 1.  Once the Exchange Server is up and running you will need to go to the
> Mailbox Store Database Tab properties and make sure "this database can be
> overwritten by a restore" is checked.  Then copy the database files to your
> mdbdata folder and remount the store.  You will then need to Run Cleanup
> agent on the Mailbox Store and reconnect the mailboxes.  This all assumes
> the existing user accounts have no current mailboxes associated with them in
> Domain 1.
>
> --
> John Oliver, Jr
> MCSE, MCT, CCNA
> Exchange MVP 2007
> Microsoft Certified Partner
>
>
> <nmowatt@gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:1165457507.425627.154790@16g2000cwy.googlegroups.com...
> > What about the idea of taking the data files (MDB files) from the
> > Exchange server on Domain 2 to Domain 1 then reconnecting each mailbox
> > to its corresponding user?  Would that work or is it possible?
> >
> >
> > John Oliver, Jr. [MVP] wrote:
> >> Since each user account can only have one mailbox associated with it, I
> >> would use Exmerge.exe to export the mailbox data from Domain 2 then
> >> import
> >> them back into Domain 1 mailboxes.  Each user can do this themselves
> >> within
> >> Outlook or you can do this over a weekend from the server.
> >>
> >> --
> >> John Oliver, Jr
> >> MCSE, MCT, CCNA
> >> Exchange MVP 2007
> >> Microsoft Certified Partner
> >>
> >> <nmowatt@gmail.com> wrote in message
> >> news:1165449788.396864.249150@f1g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
> >> > Okay, this is the scenario...
> >> >
> >> > I got called in to fix a big mess.  I am not the one that set this up!
> >> > (Just wanted to clear that up. ;))
> >> >
> >> > Windows 2003 network.. 2 Domains
> >> >
> >> > Domain one:
> >> > Active Directory
> >> > DNS
> >> > DHCP
> >> > File Server
> >> >
> >> > Domain two:
> >> > Active Directory
> >> > DNS
> >> > Exchange
> >> >
> >> > Both domains are under separate forests.  The person that set this up
> >> > setup duplicate user accounts under both domains.  Why he didn't put
> >> > the exchange server under the same domain, I have no clue.  I just
> >> > figure he didn't know what he was doing.
> >> >
> >> > So what I have is everyone logging in to Domain one to do their
> >> > everyday work and then when they go to check their E-mail, they are
> >> > being prompt to login to the second domain.  The user accounts are the
> >> > same but the passwords are different.
> >> >
> >> > I know I can setup trust between the two different domains but I don't
> >> > want to do that.  What I want is to move the Exchange server to Domain
> >> > One.  How can I do that and re-associate all the mailboxes with the
> >> > users in Domain One?  Exchange is the ONLY thing in Domain Two and I
> >> > don't need it.
> >> >
> >> > I've read how to migrate two different domains if user accounts are
> >> > different in both domains, but what do you do if they are the same?  It
> >> > is over 200 mailboxes and users and I don't want to lose the security
> >> > for Domain One.
> >> >
> >> > Any ideas?
> >> >
> >> > Thanks in advance!
> >> >
> >> > Neil
> >> >
> >

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nmowatt (7)
12/8/2006 6:55:31 PM
Here are some good KB references which outlines your options for what
you're trying to achieve.

Moving a computer that is running Exchange 2000 Server or Exchange
Server 2003 to a different domain is not supported
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/812453


Moving an Exchange Mailbox Database to Another Server or Storage Group
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/exchange/Guides/DROpsGuide/3df9b6b9-3f34-4e8f-af99-eebe29df1670.mspx?mfr=true

How to use the Exchange Migration Wizard to migrate mailboxes from an
Exchange organization
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/328871

James Chong



nmowatt@gmail.com wrote:
> Great!
>
> I'm going to give that a try and let you know how that goes! Thanks for
> the help.
>
> Neil
>
>
> John Oliver, Jr. [MVP] wrote:
> > Yes, this could work.  You would have to install Exchange Server in Domain
> > 1.  Once the Exchange Server is up and running you will need to go to the
> > Mailbox Store Database Tab properties and make sure "this database can be
> > overwritten by a restore" is checked.  Then copy the database files to your
> > mdbdata folder and remount the store.  You will then need to Run Cleanup
> > agent on the Mailbox Store and reconnect the mailboxes.  This all assumes
> > the existing user accounts have no current mailboxes associated with them in
> > Domain 1.
> >
> > --
> > John Oliver, Jr
> > MCSE, MCT, CCNA
> > Exchange MVP 2007
> > Microsoft Certified Partner
> >
> >
> > <nmowatt@gmail.com> wrote in message
> > news:1165457507.425627.154790@16g2000cwy.googlegroups.com...
> > > What about the idea of taking the data files (MDB files) from the
> > > Exchange server on Domain 2 to Domain 1 then reconnecting each mailbox
> > > to its corresponding user?  Would that work or is it possible?
> > >
> > >
> > > John Oliver, Jr. [MVP] wrote:
> > >> Since each user account can only have one mailbox associated with it, I
> > >> would use Exmerge.exe to export the mailbox data from Domain 2 then
> > >> import
> > >> them back into Domain 1 mailboxes.  Each user can do this themselves
> > >> within
> > >> Outlook or you can do this over a weekend from the server.
> > >>
> > >> --
> > >> John Oliver, Jr
> > >> MCSE, MCT, CCNA
> > >> Exchange MVP 2007
> > >> Microsoft Certified Partner
> > >>
> > >> <nmowatt@gmail.com> wrote in message
> > >> news:1165449788.396864.249150@f1g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
> > >> > Okay, this is the scenario...
> > >> >
> > >> > I got called in to fix a big mess.  I am not the one that set this up!
> > >> > (Just wanted to clear that up. ;))
> > >> >
> > >> > Windows 2003 network.. 2 Domains
> > >> >
> > >> > Domain one:
> > >> > Active Directory
> > >> > DNS
> > >> > DHCP
> > >> > File Server
> > >> >
> > >> > Domain two:
> > >> > Active Directory
> > >> > DNS
> > >> > Exchange
> > >> >
> > >> > Both domains are under separate forests.  The person that set this up
> > >> > setup duplicate user accounts under both domains.  Why he didn't put
> > >> > the exchange server under the same domain, I have no clue.  I just
> > >> > figure he didn't know what he was doing.
> > >> >
> > >> > So what I have is everyone logging in to Domain one to do their
> > >> > everyday work and then when they go to check their E-mail, they are
> > >> > being prompt to login to the second domain.  The user accounts are the
> > >> > same but the passwords are different.
> > >> >
> > >> > I know I can setup trust between the two different domains but I don't
> > >> > want to do that.  What I want is to move the Exchange server to Domain
> > >> > One.  How can I do that and re-associate all the mailboxes with the
> > >> > users in Domain One?  Exchange is the ONLY thing in Domain Two and I
> > >> > don't need it.
> > >> >
> > >> > I've read how to migrate two different domains if user accounts are
> > >> > different in both domains, but what do you do if they are the same?  It
> > >> > is over 200 mailboxes and users and I don't want to lose the security
> > >> > for Domain One.
> > >> >
> > >> > Any ideas?
> > >> >
> > >> > Thanks in advance!
> > >> >
> > >> > Neil
> > >> >
> > >

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jamestechman (1266)
12/8/2006 9:25:38 PM
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Hi, I've been assigned the task of trying to track down messages that have been sent from a generic mailbox (4 users using same domain account and mailbox), which are located on Exchange 5.5 SP4 and Exchange 2003 SP1, is there any way to find out which machine sent a particular message (either in the past or in the future), at the moment the Exchange Server logging is at the default settings, but if I increased this could it capture anything that would allow me to do this i.e. client IP address etc? Marcus ...

Move back/forward to previous edit point
Is there a key-combination to move back to a statement I was previously on, even if I didn't set it up as a bookmark? I use bookmarks when I know I'm going to go back to that statement many times. But in most instances I'm just moving along doing things, when I'd like to go back to the statement I just came from (or one even before that). Is there a "go back" or "go forward" key combination for non-bookmarked edit points? ("Undo" doesn't do what I want.) Thanks Most will suggest the 'Navigate Back' or 'Navigate ...

How to freeze one column vertically, one horizontal in same sprdsh
Is it possible to freeze a column vertically and one horizontally in the same spreadsheet? Do you mean other than Row 1 and Column 1? If that is what you meant, then the answer is "no". -- Rick (MVP - Excel) "sweaver" <sweaver@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:15D0A612-C384-4EC7-8553-A8CEC509AFC1@microsoft.com... > Is it possible to freeze a column vertically and one horizontally in the > same > spreadsheet? What cell is below the row you want frozen and to the right of the column you want frozen. Find that inter...

exchange 2003 sp2 database
Hi, Someone told met that I should not let the mailbox store grow above 32 GB, because it will start corrupting. Can someone tell me if this is true? I cannot find any information about what happens when the store grows bigger that 32 GB. We need the functionality that SP2 gives regarding the 16 GB limit. Thanks in advance That is total nonsense. Exchange can manage very large databases. The limiting factor in database size is backup/restore windows and maintenance times. /Simon "Ruud Boersma" <RuudBoersma@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:127CBDC8-65E3...