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Event ID 1008 Unable to move mailbox

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Someboxes can be moved, others get the error: Event ID 1008 Unable to move mailbox.

Both servers: Exchange 5.5
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The knowledge base article where there was a good solution to this is no longer availible (my link doesn't work and searching microsoft.com won't get it..)

Thank god for google's webcache ;)
Try the following url:


http://216.239.59.104/search?q=cache:7GCY980jSS0J:support.microsoft.com/default.aspx%3Fscid%3D%252Fservicedesks%252Fbin%252Fkbsearch.asp%253FArticle%253D264119+mailbox+1008+move&hl=en
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Thanks.
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