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Public Folder MIgration from Exchange 2007 to 2013 failedother

Posted on 2013-12-22
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Hello,

I'm migrating the Public Folders from Exchnage 2007 fully updated to Exchnage 2013 and I get a fail other error.

Please see below:



RunspaceId                       : b4d6740c-96aa-4e23-a4cd-d2cee79ea7a1
Name                             : PublicFolderMigration
Status                           : Failed
StatusDetail                     : FailedOther
SyncStage                        : CreatingFolderHierarchy
Flags                            : IntraOrg, Pull, Suspend
RequestStyle                     : IntraOrg
Direction                        : Pull
Protect                          : False
Priority                         : Normal
Suspend                          : True
SourceVersion                    : Version 8.3 (Build 327.0)
SourceDatabase                   : PITSERVER1\Second Storage Group\Public Folder Database
SourceServer                     : PITSERVER1.parsleyintime.co.uk
BatchName                        :
OutlookAnywhereHostName          :
RemoteCredentialUsername         :
AuthenticationMethod             : Basic
RemoteMailboxLegacyDN            :
RemoteMailboxServerLegacyDN      :
BadItemLimit                     : 0
BadItemsEncountered              : 0
LargeItemLimit                   : 0
LargeItemsEncountered            : 0
FolderToMailboxMap               : {\}
QueuedTimestamp                  : 22/12/2013 17:47:02
StartTimestamp                   : 22/12/2013 17:56:46
LastUpdateTimestamp              : 22/12/2013 17:56:48
InitialSeedingCompletedTimestamp :
FinalSyncTimestamp               :
CompletionTimestamp              :
SuspendedTimestamp               :
OverallDuration                  : 01:14:35
TotalFinalizationDuration        :
TotalDataReplicationWaitDuration :
TotalSuspendedDuration           :
TotalFailedDuration              : 01:04:48
TotalQueuedDuration              : 00:09:39
TotalInProgressDuration          : 00:00:07
TotalStalledDueToCIDuration      :
TotalStalledDueToHADuration      :
TotalStalledDueToReadThrottle    :
TotalStalledDueToWriteThrottle   :
TotalStalledDueToReadCpu         :
TotalStalledDueToWriteCpu        :
TotalStalledDueToReadUnknown     :
TotalStalledDueToWriteUnknown    :
TotalTransientFailureDuration    :
TotalIdleDuration                : 00:00:04
MRSServerName                    :
EstimatedTransferSize            : 0 B (0 bytes)
EstimatedTransferItemCount       : 0
BytesTransferred                 : 0 B (0 bytes)
BytesTransferredPerMinute        :
ItemsTransferred                 : 0
PercentComplete                  : 10
PositionInQueue                  :
PreventCompletion                : False
FailureCode                      : -2146233088
FailureType                      : DataValidationException
FailureSide                      : Target
Message                          : Error: Property expression "GFI AntiSpam Folders" isn't valid. Valid values are:
                                   Strings formed with characters from A to Z (uppercase or lowercase), digits from 0
                                   to 9, !, #, $, %, &, ', *, +, -, /, =, ?, ^, _, `, {, |, } or ~. One or more
                                   periods may be embedded in an alias, but each period should be preceded and
                                   followed by at least one of the other characters. Unicode characters from U+00A1 to
                                   U+00FF are also valid in an alias, but they will be mapped to a best-fit US-ASCII
                                   string in the e-mail address, which is generated from such an alias.
PoisonCount                      : 0
FailureTimestamp                 : 22/12/2013 17:56:48
IsValid                          : True
ValidationMessage                :
OrganizationId                   :
RequestGuid                      : b6a42336-4958-4076-a483-53795e9faed1
RequestQueue                     : PF2013
ExchangeGuid                     : a129662b-5340-4c7a-b9a9-a1a4ab8c5a4d
Identity                         : ff5bd8ec-c174-422d-8a70-708aa7526dc4\b6a42336-4958-4076-a483-53795e9faed1
DiagnosticInfo                   :
Report                           : 22/12/2013 17:47:01 [BCVMDCSRV]
                                   'parsleyintime.co.uk/MyBusiness/Users/Administrator' created request.
                                   22/12/2013 17:50:17 [BCVMDCSRV]
                                   'parsleyintime.co.uk/MyBusiness/Users/Administrator' modified request.
                                   22/12/2013 17:56:45 [BCVMDCSRV] The Microsoft Exchange Mailbox Replication service
                                   'BCVMDCSRV.parsleyintime.co.uk' (15.0.712.11 caps:3F) is examining the request.
                                   22/12/2013 17:56:45 [BCVMDCSRV] Connected to target mailbox
                                   'a129662b-5340-4c7a-b9a9-a1a4ab8c5a4d', database 'PF2013', Mailbox server
                                   'BCVMDCSRV.parsleyintime.co.uk' Version 15.0 (Build 712.0), proxy server
                                   'BCVMDCSRV.parsleyintime.co.uk' 15.0.712.11 caps:FFCB07FFFF.
                                   22/12/2013 17:56:45 [BCVMDCSRV] Connected to source mailbox '', database
                                   'PITSERVER1\Second Storage Group\Public Folder Database', Mailbox server
                                   'PITSERVER1.parsleyintime.co.uk' Version 8.3 (Build 327.0).
                                   22/12/2013 17:56:45 [BCVMDCSRV] Request processing started.
                                   22/12/2013 17:56:48 [BCVMDCSRV] Stage: CreatingFolderHierarchy. Percent complete:
                                   10.
                                   22/12/2013 17:56:48 [BCVMDCSRV] Initializing folder hierarchy from mailbox '': 62
                                   folders total.
                                   22/12/2013 17:56:48 [BCVMDCSRV] Folder creation progress: 0 folders created in
                                   mailbox 'a129662b-5340-4c7a-b9a9-a1a4ab8c5a4d'.
                                   22/12/2013 17:56:48 [BCVMDCSRV] Fatal error DataValidationException has occurred.
                                   
ObjectState                      : New
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It would appear there is a problem with this Public Folder.

GFI AntiSpam Folders

Are you using GFI? If not, perhaps you can delete this Public Folder.
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Many thanks. Apologies for the delay of coming back to you.
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No worries. Glad you were able to get it fixed!
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