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Configure new mailbox data store in Exchange 2010

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We had a corrupt data store in 2010 Exchange Version 14.02.0347.000 on SBS 2011 and need to move the mailboxes to the new data store as suggested on the web. However when we moved test mailboxes to the new data store the mailbox stopped functioning. If we move them back they function again. How do we get the new mailbox to work ?
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by:Ryan Lanham
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Is there an error during the migration? What do you mean by not working?
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Will Szymkowski earned 500 total points
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Check the logs to ensure that everything is working as it should. Make sure that the database is in fact mounted. Can you connect via OWA to the mailbox after it has been moved?

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maybe you can try dismounting and remounting the problematic database. also make sure that move request completed w/o any error.
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Your advice worked fine. Thanks
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