Script to go from Mailbox to Mailbox Enabled User Failed, Now What?

I am in the process of migrating from Exchange 2007 (SBS 2008) to Office 365. I have been following these steps:

Step 1 is finished with no issues.
Step 2, however, I have had a major problem. While the 2nd script was running, I received error messages that unfortunately I don't have anymore because they rolled out of EMS before I could copy them. The basic gist of the error was that it couldn't create a mail enabled user. The script then proceeded to delete the mailboxes so now I cannot run the script again.

So, I need the local AD users to be mail enabled users in order for the dirsync to work properly. How can I do this now that this script failed and deleted my mailboxes??

Thanks so much in advance for your help!
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Vasil Michev (MVP)Commented:
I guess you are referring to the scripts here:

You can manually mail-enable a user, using the following cmdlet in EMS:

Enable-MailUser  -Identity user -ExternalEmailAddress

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Make sure you add at least the primary SMTP Address and the WindowsEmailAddress values that match the cloud ones. You can reference the cmdlets in the script, or simply modify it to get the needed values from the input CSV, instead of doing a mailbox lookup.

Converting to mail-enabled users is not a mandatory step, but it does help with management/Outlook configuration.

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MrComputerITAuthor Commented:
I think I've asked the wrong question after speaking with Microsoft last night. I'm going to accept your answer, but I've asked a new related but totally different answer about this issue. Here is the new question if you are interested:
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