After I run that, can I still log in with the old NT accounts and access those mailboxes? Or can I only log in...
with the Active Directory account from that point on?
You should determine how long you want to keep the legacy domain online, then re-ACL the primary NT accounts to the new accounts. After that, you can have your users log into the Active Directory domain versus NT.
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