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Unable to move exchange 2003 Mailbox to 2010

Posted on 2013-06-07
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When trying to move an Exchange 2003 Mail Object to Exchange 2010 we are receiving the following error message.

The operation couldn't be performed because object "domain.com/Domain User OU/Username couldn't be found on domaincontrollername.domain.com

Any ideas? I have moved other mailboxes with no problems and can confirm that the domain controller is fully operational.

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Question by:phitusers
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ok try this, open security setting for this user in AD, goto advance tab, click on inheritable inheritance check box and apply and try again.
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Check if the Allow Inheritable option is checked on the Object

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