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Removing Exchange 2010 MailboxDatabase Copy While there is data in the copy queue?

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I need to remove one of the MailboxDataBase copies, mainly to reduce the badnwidth usage during a migration.  Later I will re-add that copy but seed it from a local copy rather than across the WAN.  Unfortunately We've already got some build up on the copy queues outbound from the source location.  Does anyone know what happens if I execute Remove-MailboxDatabaseCopy when there's data in the copy queue?

Let me know.  Thanks.
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I do not think it matters. Exchange will clear up any queues for you.
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