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  • 2003 -> 2010 mailbox move question

    got an event 8507 saying a mailbox move could not complete because a problem occurred getting the properties for a message. However the move request says that the mailbox did infact move 100%. I set the bad item limit to 5 and the box came in at 4 corrupt items. The database limits are turned off and there are no other logged events. Just the one 8507.

    Tried googling around for it and could find anything on 2010 SP1 w/ these conditions.

    my question.. do I need to run ISINTEG on this database?

    TIA!
    -d

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    Re: 2003 -> 2010 mailbox move question

    For the sake of a few corrupt items i wouldn't waste my time. That said if you're going to run Isinteg go one better and defrag it instead with ESEutil. That will create a new DB.

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      Re: 2003 -> 2010 mailbox move question

      Originally posted by scurlaruntings View Post
      For the sake of a few corrupt items i wouldn't waste my time. That said if you're going to run Isinteg go one better and defrag it instead with ESEutil. That will create a new DB.
      ok, That was my tought as well, 5 or less not a big deal. I was mainly concerned that something was wrong with the DB itself and cause an issue with a backup.

      so if/when I do defrag it... does ESEutil do both? or should I do ISINTEG then ESEutil?

      thanks!
      -d

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      • #4
        Re: 2003 -> 2010 mailbox move question

        If you are doing a migration, then I wouldn't bother with an offline defrag.
        Get all the data across and then remove Exchange 2003.

        Most migrations I do will have some corrupt items. Most of it is spam. I only get worried if it is a very high number.

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