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Data Encryption when Mailboxes are moved between two servers

Posted on 2009-07-13
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Hi there,
I was reading online and came to know that Mapi Data is encrypted when mailboxes are moved between two Servers. Can anyone let me know if this is correct.

Is there any option where we can disable encryption when mailboxes are moved. We are planning to move many mailboxes and planning to use WAN Accelerators. I read that because of this encryption WAN Accelerators will not work.

Does any one know about this, I did a lot of google but could  not find any info.

Can anyone let me know if  its possible to stop the Mapi encryption when the mailboxes are moved?

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The encryption that you are talking about in this case during mailbox migration is by design with in the product and you cannot disable it.
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