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Failed Mailbox Migration  from Exchange 2007 to 2013 - Mailboxes in Quarantine

Posted on 2014-04-22
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Hi,

I have successfully migrated 18 out of 20 mailboxes from Exchange 2007 to 2013.

unfortunately - when the last 2 mailboxes were being migrated, I ran out of space on the Exchange 2013 server (stupid I know) and the migration failed.

when I added more space and tried to do the migration gain - it failed instantly - and when I look in the event viewer I have loads of the event Id 1006 -

"The performance counter '\\SERVER2013\MSExchangeIS Store(management mailbox)\Quarantined Mailbox Count' sustained a value of '2.00', for the '10' minute(s) interval starting at '22/04/2014 20:26:00'. Additional information: None. Trigger Name:StoreQuarantinedMailboxCountTrigger. Instance:management mailbox"

I do not know what to do from there

is there a way to delete the 2 mailboxes from Quarantine and do the migration gain - the 2 users are still happily accessing their mailboxes from the Exchange 2007 server?

thanks

jack
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thanks - I was worried to delete the registry keys.

exchange deleted the quarantined mailboxes after 24 hours - problem solved
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