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Posted on 2010-09-23
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I ran the followinf command in exchange powershell. Restore-Mailbox -RSGMailbox 'fname lname' -RSGDatabase 'recovery storage group\Mailbox Database' -id 'fname2 lname2'  -targetfolder 'recovered'

Basically i want to move a users inbox to a new folder in my inboxe so that i can sift through and recover what is needed. I use this command frequently and it worked evertime except for this user. I get the error message "Error occurred in the step: Moving messages. This mailbox exceeded the maximum number of corrupted items specified for this move mailbox operation., error code: -1056749110". I dont care about the corrupted items. I just want to view the emails from the RSG in a folder in outlook and copy them if need be.

How do i run this command and tell powershell ignore the corrupted items or don't move the corrupted items?
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add a -baditemlimits unlimited parameter
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sorry it is BadItemLimit not BadItemLimits

-BadItemLimit 100
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where in the command should i place that at the end?
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Check out an option called -baditemlimit as seen here:
http://msexchangeguru.com/2010/06/18/error-1056749110/
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by:Akhater
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it doesn't matter where , yes you can add it at the end
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