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Movin' a PO to a new Domain

Movin' a PO to a new Domain

Movin' a PO to a new Domain

(OP)
gw5.2.3 system - The situation is that I can't beleive that I can not move a PO from one domain to another.  This seems it should be a matter of changing a pointer somewhere and then a matter of addressbook replication...

From what I'm seeing, i need to create a new PO under the desired domain, and then move all of the users into that new PO...
Please tell me that this is not true!?
Do you know of a third party solution for this?
Thanks in advance.

RE: Movin' a PO to a new Domain

Unfortunately this is true. I've had to do it before and I'm going to have to do it again in the next few months. I've looked for any packages that can help automate this, but there's just nothing there. Maybe will be an enhancement to Bulletproof... but they aren't giving out many details yet.

Good luck!

RE: Movin' a PO to a new Domain

(OP)
Thanks.
unfortunately that the eanswer i'm gettting everywhere.  its too bad really it 'sounds' like it shouldn't be much to it...

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