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how can i schedule a mailbox move in Exchange 2013?

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can someone provide a way that I can use powershell to schedule a mailbox move in Exchange 2013 to start at an off peak time?

thanks in advance,

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i don't see anywhere in that article where it shows you how to schedule via the EAC.
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This is foe Exchange 2010 but should work for 2013 as well..
http://dougg.co.nz/2011/01/13/schedule-a-batch-of-mailbox-moves-in-exchange-2010/
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thank you.
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the link provided in the accepted answer is not  longer valid
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