Exchange 2007 transition some mailboxes on both servers

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I have been transitioning mailboxes from an Exchange 2003 server to a new Exchange 2007 server. Most of the mailboxes have moved over correctly. Some of the mailboxes after "successfully" moving over, still show as Legacy Mailbox. When I look at the System Manager on the Exchange 2003 server, a very small portion of the mailbox is still there. How do I clear this up?

I have already tried using the ESM Shell command:

Set-Mailbox -id alias -ApplyMandatoryProperties

The result is that the command completes successfully, but no settings have been modified.

Anyone have any advice?
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Subash SundharanIT Infrastructure Architect

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I tried that already (see my question)...
Subash SundharanIT Infrastructure Architect

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Is the mailbox version showing (8.0.535.0) ?
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Any update?
Use - Get-Mailbox <mailbox> | FL - to verify the ExchangeVersion of the mailbox..

What if you run the same command on mailbox which show as Legacy Mailbox?
Are you getting the below response?
[PS]Set-Mailbox <mailbox> -ApplyMandatoryProperties
WARNING: The command completed successfully but no settings of 'test.com/TestUsers/mailbox' have been modified.

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I'll have to update this on Tuesday when I have a chance to continue the project.

Stay Tuned...

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Seems like the issue has fixed itself. Thanks for the assistance.

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