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We have been tasked to migrate mailboxes from a Windows/Exchange 2000 server to a Windows/Exchange 2003 server. One of the questions that was ask of me was is there a formula that can be used to determine that amount of mailboxes/data that can be migrated within a certain window of time, such as an...
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I have couple of mailboxes left in Exchange 2003 SP2 which have more than 100 corrupted items. How do you move them besides creating .PSTs? If I create PSTs the users will definitely lose some emails as they will bounce by the time I delete the mailboxes in source and recreate them in target...
I created (On a separate drive on the same server) a New Group, Store, and moved a couple mailboxes. I did this because my primary drive only has 2.75Gb left. I moved 3 boxes totalling 8Gb. On the new drive, it showed that I now occupy 8Gb of that drive with Exchange data. However, on the old...