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On the positive side, Exchange 2010 SP1 includes a script called PrepareMoveRequest .ps1 that provides a prototype structure to move mailboxes to Exchange 2010 . This script is a valuable asset in terms of providing a starting point that you can use to build provisioning for your own environment .
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By default, MRS tolerates up to 60 errors that force it to retry to copy data before it will abort an attempted mailbox move. These errors are different from the declared threshold for bad or corrupt items that MRS encounters in the source mailbox that can be tolerated before MRS is forced to fail a move. Errors that occur during moves must be consecutive. If progress is made between errors, MRS will reset the error count and proceed. You can use the Resume-MoveRequest cmdlet to resume an aborted move and MRS will restart at the point at which it failed. Most errors are transient and are due to conditions such as temporary network glitches between the source and target servers. You can check the event log for event 1101 for MSExchange Mailbox Replication to see if errors occur (bad items are also noted in the move report). The information reported isn t tremendously helpful, but it might indicate a likely cause.
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You should check the event logs on both source and target server . If you do see errors in the event log, you can increase the diagnostic level for Mailbox Replication to high or maximum to increase the amount of information generated in the event log and see if that helps to pinpoint the problem .
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Each move request is created with a bad item limit that MRS can tolerate during the move. As explained earlier, the default bad item limit is zero, which means that any problem with an item will force MRS to stop the move. There is no real point in moving corrupt items from database to database and it is good to cleanse a mailbox by removing corrupt content during the move. Any mailbox that has been in use for more than a few years, especially if it was used with Exchange 2000 or Exchange 2003 or was migrated from a foreign email system, has the possibility of some lurking corrupt items. It s true that if you allow MRS to skip the corrupt items you create some potential for data loss, but if an item is
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corrupt it probably isn t very valuable, hasn t been accessed in some time (otherwise the user would have complained about it), and it could cause a mailbox to be placed into quarantine if the corrupt item causes the Store to consume excessive resources. We can always check the move request report afterward to determine whether any corrupt items were encountered in a mailbox. If a move fails because it exceeds the bad item limit, you can always restart the move by setting a higher bad item limit with the Set-MoveRequest cmdlet. For example:
Set-MoveRequest Identity 'JSmith' BadItemLimit 100
MRS will then restart the move at the point at which it failed and hopefully go on to complete it. If a large number of items are rejected by the target server, one solution is to identify the problem items from the move report, export them to a PST, and then delete them from the source mailbox. You can then move the rest of the mailbox as normal and later attempt to import the problem items from the PST into the new mailbox.
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You can input a value range from 1 to 2,147,483,647 for the bad item limit . In this instance, 1 means that you don t care how many corrupt items MRS encounters . It is a really bad idea to set the bad item limit to 1, because it means that a move can succeed no matter how many apparently bad items are encountered . It s good to know and better to be able to investigate and deduce a likely reason if you find that a mailbox includes many bad items, so a more measured approach is to set the bad item limit to something reasonable, such as 10, and review the move report afterward to see if any bad items were in fact encountered . Remember that if a move fails because it exceeds its bad item threshold, you can always investigate the problem and then increase the bad item limit to allow MRS to resume the move .
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