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what is an exceptibale number to add to exch 2013 for the bad itme count

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When doing a migration from exch 2007 to exch 2013, what number would be ok to add to the bad item list
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by:Amit
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50 max, anything above 50, you need to pipe -AcceptLargeDataLoss
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Ok...
I was just going to go with like 20 and figured anything over that the mailbox may have issues...
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20 won't be an issue. You can use 20 or 50 also. I normally use 50 and if still issue, then only we need to pipe that parameter, normally I use it, when I am doing pst import.
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Ok thanks for the info
20-50 range
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