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Another E2K to E2K migration question - 30.Jul.2002 5:27:00 PM   
jmkeller

 

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I'll start off by saying I'm fairly new to Exchange. So if I don't make sense bear with me.

We are currently undergoing an inter-forest migration. We want to migrate from one E2K org to another E2K org. There is connectivity between the 2, I guess the million dollar question is...

is there any easy way to get the address book from the old org into the new org. The way things were explained to me is that we would manually have to create a contact in the new org for every user in the old org so that migrated users could send them mail... is there an easier way to make that happen via scripting or any other mechanism?
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RE: Another E2K to E2K migration question - 12.Aug.2002 10:15:00 PM   
DaDougInc

 

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Active Directory Scripting is done with several tools.

Look more into the LDAP query information along with LDP.exe, LDIFDE.exe, CSVDE.exe, and ADSIedit.

These are on the Windows 2000 Support Tools.

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