Do you see any problem with renaming the admin groups after consolidation? Do you think it would be better to create the new admin groups and then move mailboxes into them?
For example, I believe in Exchange 2000, one time I tried to create a Recipient Update Service policy tied to an admin group. That would not work, because it would still reference the old legacyExchangeDN. That was in Exchange 2000, but things like that could still come back to bite the decision.
When I viewed the configuration information, it appeared correct and everything worked on my test systems.
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