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

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Managing individual mailbox moves

Behind the scenes, the Migration service translates a migration batch into the individual move requests that actually move a mailbox’s content from a source database to a target database and then transfer pointers so that clients can locate the new mailbox. EMS enables you to exert more programmatic control over move requests than the migration batches that are created and managed through EAC and is a good option to use when you have to manage more complex move requests or integrate mailbox moves with other processing such as rebalancing load across available mailbox databases.

Consider the earlier discussion about setting a value for the large-item limit for moves in a migration batch. It was concluded that this ...

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