Tag Archives: New-MoveRequest

Automatic mailbox move requests in Exchange 2013

Soon after writing about the need to clean out lingering mailbox move requests for Exchange 2010, I requested the developers to add the ability to remove move requests automatically after a certain period. After all, it’s a royal pain to find that … Continue reading

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Does a suspended mailbox move request expire?

A discussion on this point recently took place via the Exchange MVP mailing list. It doesn’t contain anything secret and I think it’s worth documenting for the benefit of others, so here goes… As you might know from this post … Continue reading

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Batching Exchange 2010 mailbox moves

My post from November 22 about clearing mailbox move requests prompted some questions about auto suspending moves. This is new functionality introduced in Exchange 2010 as all mailbox moves performed in earlier versions occur synchronously. In other words, an administrator … Continue reading

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Clearing out mailbox move requests

After you’ve run Exchange 2010 for a while, you’ve probably moved a few mailboxes around and have accumulated some completed mailbox move requests. When it begins to move a mailbox, the Mailbox Replication Service (MRS) stamps the user object for … Continue reading

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Exchange 2010 problems due to insufficient access to Active Directory

Like every version since Exchange 2000, Exchange 2010 has a huge dependency on Active Directory. Essentially, if you don’t deploy and manage Active Directory in the right way, you have little or no chance of being successful with an Exchange … Continue reading

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