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Moving Mailboxes for Exchange 2003->Exchange 2010 migration

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Hi,
I'm in the middle of a Ex2003->Ex2010 migration. Most of my mailboxes have moved across to the 2010 server but a few haven't. Please see attached screen shot for error.
The error is "Mailbox Size Exceeds Target Quota".
I have the default quota of mailboxes in the database they are moving to set high enough to not be less then the value shown in the screen shot. Something else must be going on.

Anyone know?  How to I fix this and get these users boxes moved?

Thanks,
mike

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Great. Thanks. Solved it.
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