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Mailbox failed to move exchange 2007 to exch2010

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when I try to transfer the mailbox mailbox some fail and give the following message: Error: This mailbox exceeded the maximum number of corrupted items specified for this were That move request.
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when moving the message try to put a higher number of bad items. start with something like 20 and push it higher if it fails again
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