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Default BES 3.6 To BES 4.0 user query

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We have installed a new BES 4.0 server with Exchange 2003, we also have the 3.6 server running as well with Exchange 5.5 (different Auth Keys). At the moment I have managed to get the migration to work in the following way.
1. export user from BES 3.6
2. delete account
3. move mailbox from exchange 5.5 to Exchange 2003
2. import to BES 4.0 - set activation password

and it then registers and starts working.

However, will it still work if the mailbox is moved to Exchange 5.5 and the user remains on BES 3.6 or will it still work if I delete the account, move teh mailbox and readd the account still on 3.6?

I have given the new BES4.0 service account full rights in the Exchange 5.5 organisation and all servers are in the same windows AD.
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