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

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Reporting mailbox moves

It’s all very well to move mailboxes around, but it’s even better to know when the work has been done. Small mailboxes will likely move quite quickly unless there are a large number of mailboxes in the queue, either in migration batches or queued individually, but as mailbox sizes swell, the time required to move increases, even between databases on the same server. For this reason, migration batches allow you to nominate people to receive email notifications when a batch is ready to complete (in other words, suspended, ready for the final synchronization and Active Directory switch to happen) or after it is completely finished.

Figure 10-9 shows an example of an email notification. In this case, you can see that the migration ...

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