I'm in the final stages of migrating my SBS 2008 server to SBS 2011, and am currently busy with the Public Folder migration between Exchange 2007 and Exchange 2010.
Although it looks like data is moving over, it's going at a snails pace. I've only managed to do 8.5GB in the last 50 hours or so.
My first question is, is this normal going so slow? Although the PF isn't small, about 50GB, I wouldn't have thought it would be this slow, or am I being naive...
I'm also getting the following event listed now and again, and have found surprisingly little information on this...
Log Name: Application
Source: MSExchange Store Driver
Date: 07/04/2014 08:47:26
Event ID: 1020
Task Category: MSExchangeStoreDriver
The store driver couldn't deliver the public folder replication message "Folder Content (PublicFolderDatabase@doma
because the following error occurred: The process failed to get the correct properties..
<Provider Name="MSExchange Store Driver" />
<Data>"Folder Content (PublicFolderDatabase@doma
<Data>The process failed to get the correct properties.</Data>
It doesn't appear to impact the migration, as the PF is still migrating, however, I wanted to know if this would have an impact on the replication speed.
If anyone can shed any light on any of this, or have any suggestions on increasing the replication, I'd be very grateful.