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Anyone got recent experience with Cross Forrest mailbox migration and mail flow between two different Exchange Organisations.

Would love a chat.


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We're currently doing it now and feel free to reach out.  Will be glad to discuss all the issues we've had supporting two forest, two exchange systems and only one Lync. 

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So do you have User accounts in your Exchange Domain that reach back to your main Domain for user authentication?
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Folks

Thanks to all of those that replied - thank you, and thanks to Mark for having us.

Tim, no.
We migrate the account from Domain A to Domain B, using ADMT.
We then migrate the mailbox from Domain A to Domain B.
Then use MIM (Microsoft Identity Manager) and Gal Sync to keep the Exchange GAL synchronised, and potentially the passwords.
End goal is that the user from Domain A ends up in Domain B permanently.

In an Office 365 Hybrid deployment, Azure AD Connect does the ADMT, MIM and GalSync bit (well almost)




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