Recently I’ve been involved with upgrading/migrating my Exchange server from 2003 to 2010. It’s one of those projects where there aren’t going to be a ton of tangible benefits for my users and what with all of the other things going on at work I kept putting off. But no more. Let’s wrap this puppy up and move on. Co-existence was configured for awhile but now I just needed to move the mailboxes in an orderly fashion. We’re not a big company, but I’ve always kept a pretty liberal email retention policy so I’m paying the price for that now with large mailboxes and a lot of time needed to move things.
Read on to see how I used PowerShell to help me with this.