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Error during Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010 Migration of mailbox

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I am having some issues while migrating some 2003 mailboxes to 2010 SP1 Rollup2 (14.01.0270.001).  This issue is isolated to few users and so far is limited to 5 out of ~250.

The error in the log is:

 Initializing folder hierarchy in mailbox 'Primary (660a6db4-c9cb-47b3-a43d-96f89c50ab87)': 62 folders total.
2/24/2011 7:14:09 PM [xxxxxx] Fatal error MapiExceptionNoSupport has occurred.
Error details: MapiExceptionNoSupport: IExchangeFastTransferEx.TransferBuffer failed (hr=0x80040102, ec=-2147221246)

The research that I have done suggested a corrupted DACL.  I redid the DACL permissions on the entire mailbox and that makes no difference.  I have also moved the mailbox to a different 2003 mailstore and tried to migrate again, but that makes no difference.  Has anyone came across this issue before?  

Also, all the users that have failed all have first names that begin with "A".  I don't know how this would be related as other users with that similarity have moved sucessfully, but I thought I would mention it as well.
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I was finally able to resolve this.  The issue was a little deeper than the DACL.  I exported the permissions and then discovered what was causing my error.  

When looking at the snippet below, I came across "Default" listed in the permissions.  In order to remove this, I had to propogate the removal of "\Everyone" from the ACEs.  Once I did this, I was able to migrate the user sucessfully.


SETACL	Mailboxes\{user}\Top of Information Store\Outbox	Anonymous	None	Default	Reviewer	NO
SETACL	Mailboxes\{user}\Top of Information Store\Sent Items	Anonymous	None	Default	Reviewer	NO
SETACL	Mailboxes\{user}\Top of Information Store\Deleted Items	Anonymous	None	Default	Reviewer	NO
SETACL	Mailboxes\{user}\Top of Information Store\Calendar	Anonymous	None	NO
SETACL	Mailboxes\{user}\Top of Information Store\Contacts	Anonymous	None	Default	Reviewer	NO
SETACL	Mailboxes\{user}\Top of Information Store\Drafts	Anonymous	None	Default	Reviewer	NO
SETACL	Mailboxes\{user}\Top of Information Store\Journal	Anonymous	None	Default	Reviewer	NO
SETACL	Mailboxes\{user}\Top of Information Store\Notes	Anonymous	None	Default	Reviewer	NO
SETACL	Mailboxes\{user}\Top of Information Store\Sync Issues	Anonymous	None	Default	Reviewer	NO
SETACL	Mailboxes\{user}\Top of Information Store\Sync Issues\Conflicts	Anonymous	None	Default	Reviewer	NO
SETACL	Mailboxes\{user}\Top of Information Store\Sync Issues\Local Failures	Anonymous	None	Default	Reviewer	NO

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I'm glad you have solved your problem. Thx for points.
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Got me on the right track to view other permissions
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