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Exchange 2010 Move Requests - From 2003 - Quick easy question

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Quick question,
I'm currently in coexistence mode with exchange 2003 and 2010, slowly moving my mailboxes over to the 2010 server mailbox role.  I've noticed that if I use the EMC to do a mailbox move request, the mailbox moves OK, but the request stays in the move request queue as 'completed'.

How long do these normally stay there, and should these be removed from the queue manually? From what i've read, there should be a 'complete move' action, but I don't have this.  I only have "clear move request'.  I don't want to bork anyone's mailbox

Cheers
JJ
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If you have Clear Move request then it is already completed.
You can safely clear it.
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Cheers!
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