stop exchange 2010 replication

Posted on 2011-10-03
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
how to stop and restart replication
Question by:rochestermn
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    Assuming this is about mailbox database replication and not public folders, here's how:

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    Open Exchange Management Console -> Org Config -> Mailbox

    on the right hand side, in database management, pick the database you want and in the lower portion of the scree select the copy you want to suspend, right click on it and suspend database copy click ok

    to resume do the same thing just select resume instead of suspend

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