Migrate Exchange2010 to 2013 resources - room mailbox

Hi Experts,

Could you please advise me how to migrate resources - room mailbox from Exchange 2010 to 2013?

I have moved all users from 2010 to 2013 successfully but I can't see there is an option for migrating room mailbox.

Regards,
phucdk
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phucdkAuthor Commented:
I have checked out the link and it is really help me nothing. When migrate user mailbox, in ECP 2013, in recipients category, in mailboxes tab, when I click to a user, I can see there is an option Move Mailbox: To another database

But when I click to resources tab, I click to room mailbox, there is no option to move to another database.

I also tried to login Exchange 2010 ECP and try to move those Room Mailbox by clicking to New Local Move Request, and when I click browse, I can only see there is Mailbox database of Exchange 2010.
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XCONBLRCommented:
How about trying powershell of Exchange 2013?
Get-Mailbox | where{$_.RecipientType - like "*Room*"}

If it returns something, pipe that to New-MoveRequest  -TargetDatabase <Target database name on Exchange 2013>
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phucdkAuthor Commented:
Assuming I have 3 room mailbox name. Currently, their mailbox databases are located on Exchange 2010

- mb1 (email address) mb1@mydomain.com
- mb 2 (email address) mb2@mydomain.com
- mb 3 (email address) mb3@mydomain.com

Server 1 is called Exchange2010
its mailboxDB is called mailboxDB2010

Server 2 is called Exchange2013
its mailboxDB is called mailboxDB2013

If you advise me migrate these mailboxes via powershell, could you please give me an example how should the command look like when I use to migrate. Thank you.

Regards,
phucdk
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AmitIT ArchitectCommented:
If you are unable to see it from GUI interface, i suspect those are room mailbox. Check the mailbox type in 2010.
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XCONBLRCommented:
Get-mailbox -server exchange2010 | where{$_.recipienttype -like "*room*"} | new-moverequest -targetdatabase exchange2013db
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XCONBLRCommented:
This should be from 2013 powershell
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phucdkAuthor Commented:
Yes, and I have run this command, it gives no error.

Get-mailbox -server exchange2010 | where{$_.recipienttype -like "*room*"} | new-moverequest -targetdatabase exchange2013db

after that, those *room* mailboxes will be automatically moved to the destination database ? or what is the next command should I run to confirm (if i have to) like in the way moving public folder.....?
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phucdkAuthor Commented:
Could you please give me a respond? The command you advised, I run success but the room mailbox still not moved yet. What is the next command I should run? thank you.
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XCONBLRCommented:
so, when you run Get-mailbox | Where{$_.recipienttype -like "*room*"}
gives you any output?
If yes, it should have been moved when you ran
Get-Mailbox | Where{$_.RecipientType -like "*room*"} | new-moverequest -targetdatabase Exchange2013db

Now, just verify if it has done the move by running
Get-moverequest | Get-moverequeststatistics
this will tell you whether the move was successful.

apologies for the delayed response.

Have a great day!
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