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Module 3: Move Mailbox Wizard Contents Introduction ......................................................................3 Dependencies ..................................................................4 General Overview.............................................................4 Troubleshooting..............................................................10 Tools ..............................................................................17 Labs ...............................................................................19 Acknowledgments..........................................................22 1 Information in this document, including URL and other Internet Web site references, is subject to change without notice. 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Except as expressly provided in any written license agreement from Microsoft, the furnishing of this document does not give you any license to these patents, trademarks, copyrights, or other intellectual property.  2003 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, MS-DOS, Windows, Windows NT, Active Directory, ActiveX, Excel, Exchange Server 5.5, Exchange 2000 Server, Exchange Server 2003, Internet Explorer, Internet Information Server, Word are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. The names of actual companies and products mentioned herein (Groupwise, Lotus cc:Mail, Lotus Notes) may be the trademarks of their respective owners. 2 Introduction In Exchange Server 2003 the Move Mailbox Wizard has been updated to be multithreaded and have the ability to recover if it encounters corrupt mailbox entries. By default it will attempt to move the whole mailbox in one attempt. If it fails, it will attempt to move the mailbox item by item. You can set a maximum number of corrupt items, but if it exceeds this number the mailbox move will fail. By default, Move Mailbox uses four threads, which means it will attempt to move four mailboxes at a time. Limitations As of the Exchange 2003 release, there is no ability to move mailboxes between Administrative groups when you are in mixed mode environments. Being in Native Mode means that you have only Exchange 2000 or Exchange 2003 servers only in your org, and you have selected to switch your org to Native mode in Exchange System Manager. The limitation of not being to move mailboxes between Administrative groups is because of the distinguished names (also known as DNs) and other attributes placed on the mailboxes and mailbox items within the mixed mode admin groups. These attributes involve a large cost of adding and changing when moving between administrative groups within the mixed mode environment. There is no ability to have the destination store of a moving user to reside in a Recovery Storage Group. Moving mailboxes is allowed within the same storage groups with no limitations. This is to say that any store that exists within a storage group can be the destination of the Move User request. Within the same storage group directly implies that the Mailbox Stores reside on the same server. Moving mailboxes outside of the current Mailbox Store’s current Storage Group is allowed within the same server. If the storage groups reside on different servers, then it depends on whether the servers exist in different Admin Groups or not. You cannot move the System Mailbox, System Attendant Mailbox or SMTP Mailbox. When you right-click Exchange Tasks, you will not see the Move Mailbox option for these special mailboxes. Likewise, if you attempt to move System Mailboxes with user mailboxes, the detailed report will show errors for the system mailboxes; they will not be moved. Native Mode gives you more flexibility System Mailbox has no option to move it. 3 Dependencies Client Windows 2003 Admin Tools Exchange 2003 System Manager Server Exchange 2003 System Manager General Overview It is possible to move a mailbox between versions of Exchange that are visible through System Manager. So it is possible to move mailboxes between Exchange 5.5 / Exchange 2000 / Exchange 2003. Starting the Wizard You can start the Move Mailbox Wizard in a number of ways: ③ In Active Directory Users and Computers, navigate to a user and then select one or more user objects. Then, right-click and select Exchange Tasks. ③ In Exchange System Manager, navigate to a server object, then expand until you get to a mailbox store. Expand Mailboxes and then select one or more user objects. Then, right-click and select Exchange Tasks. In Active Directory Users and Computers, use the Find dialog. Then, right-click and select Exchange Tasks. Step by Step Walk Through This is the Welcome screen. Click Next. 4 You will see this dialog, as long as the user(s) have a mailbox on a server. Click Next. Select the destination Server and Mailbox Store that you want to move the mailboxes to. Depending on the mode set (native/mixed), all of the mailbox stores in the org/site are available. Click Next. This dialog box allows you to select how Move Mailbox handles corrupted messages. You can either just abort moving the mailbox, or skip corrupted items and generate a failure report. You can select maximum number of corrupted items to skip before you file the move of the mailbox and generate a failure report. Exchange provides the ability to handle up to 100 bad messages. The UI will restrict the number of bad messages skipped to be 100. This way, no move will occur when there are major store corruptions issues with a mailbox store or with a particular mailbox. or Click Next. 5 ... - tailieumienphi.vn
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