Alright, I've seen a few of these posted, but nothing that really jumps out and seems like its' going to do what we need.
We have been using a cloud hosted exchange 2013 system for about 8 months now, but it went down and the cloud host was unable to properly bring it back up. We have some mail left (the DB is totally trashed so we're missing months of mail on the server) and we would like to be able to forward this email (manually by the user) to the new Cloud Host provider. In short, we have two Exchange 2013 domains, both using the same domain name with MX records pointing to the new cloud host.
I've read that I can reconfigure the send connector in the old Exchange 2013 setup, but it doesn't seem to be doing what I thought it would.
Clarification: So the original mail DB was destroyed. The cloud host provider then created a new email server with a new DB that has some mail in it (maybe a week or so) before we were able to move our mail to an internal machine while we setup our second cloud host -- yes this is crazy complicated and way over-board. we do not have access to the backend mail DB and the only access that was given was webmail.
We would like to be able to go to OWA, find an email, click forward, address it to ourselves, then have the new cloud host receive that email. All MX records are pointing to the new cloud host.