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Exchange 2010 Move Request showing Green

I have recently used Local move request to move user mailbox from one database to another database.

After the move was completed I cleared the move request, however under the Move Request in the left pane , the icon still shows green. I wonder if something else needs to be cleared up.

Any help will be very much appreciated.

Thank you
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I'm confused - what Icon? post a screen shot

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it shows just on the left pane
moverequest
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that icon is always green.
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FYI: That icon is always green :)
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Please don't see the left pane, if you select "Move Request" from the left pane. Then you can see the right pane against your mailbox moved on. You can highlight and clear the request. That's all. You don't worry that "Move Request" in the left pane, That is normal. Thanks.
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Its mean its in process it might be take time its depend you data size.
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