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Microsoft Exchange Server 2013: Mailbox and High Availability by Tony Redmond

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Creating and managing migration batches with EAC

EAC doesn’t deal with individual mailbox move requests unless you consider a migration batch that contains a single mailbox to be an individual move. Instead, the focus is on providing the framework for mailboxes to be moved in a relatively painless and automatic manner. The basic sequence is to decide which mailboxes should be moved and to where they should be moved, gather the mailboxes into a batch, and then submit the migration items (mailboxes) in the batch to MRS to be processed. More sophisticated moves take into account issues such as scheduling but only in a rudimentary fashion that requires hands-on supervision, as you’ll see.

To create a new migration batch, open the Migration options ...

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