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Unable to export a mailbox in Exchange 2010

Posted on 2015-01-27
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Hi Experts,

I am having an issue with exporting a mailbox. It fails due to corrupt data, but when I change the data error limit, I can’t get it to resume. If you could get me beyond that sticking point it would be much appreciated.

Please, see additional information below

Mailbox size: 15GB

Quota: N/A

I have exported other mailboxes between yesterday and today successfully. This the only one that has given me an issue.

 

Synatx: New-MailboxExportRequest –Mailbox  JohnDoe –FilePath \\tpa-cifs\Data\Mailboxes\JohnDoe.pst

 

SOURCE:

FilePath                      : \\tpa-cifs\Data\Mailboxes\JohnDoe.pst

SourceAlias                   : JohnDoe

SourceIsArchive               : False

SourceExchangeGuid            : b69fec86-82bc-4421-8774-05f00691804b

SourceRootFolder              :

SourceVersion                 : Version 14.3 (Build 146.0)

SourceMailboxIdentity         : pcorp.com/DisabledAccounts/John Doe

SourceDatabase                : Mailbox Database 1

 

FAILURE:

EstimatedTransferSize         : 14.28 GB (15,331,416,701 bytes)

EstimatedTransferItemCount    : 59037

BytesTransferred              : 649.9 MB (681,486,702 bytes)

BytesTransferredPerMinute     :

ItemsTransferred              : 4263

PercentComplete               : 13

PositionInQueue               :

FailureCode                   : -2146233088

FailureType                   : TooManyBadItemsPermanentException

FailureSide                   : None

Message                       : Error: This mailbox exceeded the maximum number of corrupted items that were specified

                                for this move request.

FailureTimestamp              : 1/27/2015 12:55:45 PM

FailureContext                : --------

                                Folder: '/Top of Information Store/Saved Email/2005/Inbox', entryId [len=46, data=00000

                                000E46C001EA302D84798F9C02BCAC8BA4F01008FFE89998E6A3C4FB5977D25F896C3920000007583590000

                                ], parentId [len=46, data=00000000E46C001EA302D84798F9C02BCAC8BA4F01008FFE89998E6A3C4FB

                                5977D25F896C3920000007583580000]

 

Regards,
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Have you tried the below commands...
Get-MailboxExportRequest | ft

Suspend-MailboxExportRequest -identity <name>

Remove-MailboxExportRequest -RequestQueue <DB Name> -RequestGuid <GUID of mailbox>

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