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Posted on 2014-04-01
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As part of the Move to Exchange 2013 we are also using the built in archive (we are so done with enterprise vault).  Anyway, I have a few archive import requests that I cant seem to remove.  I usually run this to remove the complete archive import reqs

Get-MailboxImportRequest -Status Completed | Remove-MailboxImportRequest

  and that usually does it but I have 5 reqs that just will not let me remove even though they show %100 completed and I verified wit the end user that all his archive data is in fact there.

how do  I clear these???
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by:GillesT
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Just remove the "-status Completed"
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jgutierr76 earned 0 total points
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ended up doing it this way but thank you!

Ran

Get-mailboximportrequest    to get the name of the request.


Remove-MailboxImportRequest -identity user\MailboxImportname

thank worked for me.
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by:jgutierr76
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this showed me the name of the import request and was able to remove it specifying the name,
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