Force Mailbox Migration With Bad Items To Complete (2020)

It used to be easy to complete an Exchange Server > Exchange Online move request that had bad items, but this has changed recently. In the last short while Move Requests (and Migration Batches) have begun to include a property called DataConsistencyScore If the result from the above is “Investigate” then you will not be… Continue reading Force Mailbox Migration With Bad Items To Complete (2020)

Exchange Move Requests | Large Items | And Setting TCP KeepAliveTime To A Large Value

I have seen this situation a number of times. A large mailbox (or mailbox and archive) wont move to the target because the process of checking what the changes are in the mailbox take too long, the network or Exchange Server times out the users move and then reports the mailbox is locked. The fix… Continue reading Exchange Move Requests | Large Items | And Setting TCP KeepAliveTime To A Large Value

Copy Links and Backlinks Between Users and Shared Mailboxes (automapping)

Automap for shared mailboxes does not work across forests when moving mailboxes. When the user is granted permission to a shared mailbox, the default behaviour of automapping means that the shared mailbox has msExchDelegateListLink set to the DN of the user, and the backlink (hidden in AD by default) on the user is populated with… Continue reading Copy Links and Backlinks Between Users and Shared Mailboxes (automapping)

Outbound Email Via Exchange Online Protection When Using Hybrid Exchange Online

In a long term hybrid scenario, where you have Exchange Online and Exchange Server configured and mailboxes on both, internet bound email from your on-premises servers can route in two general ways. The first is outbound via whatever you had in place before you moved to Office 365. You might have configured Exchange Online to… Continue reading Outbound Email Via Exchange Online Protection When Using Hybrid Exchange Online

Duplicate Exchange Online and Exchange Server Mailboxes

With a hybrid Exchange Online deployment, where you have Exchange Server on-premises and Exchange Online configured in the cloud, and utilising AADConnect to synchronize the directories, you should never find that a synced user object is configured as both a mailbox in Exchange Online and a mailbox on-premises. When Active Directory is synced to Azure… Continue reading Duplicate Exchange Online and Exchange Server Mailboxes