In a world where users run Outlook 2010 to connect to two different Exchange servers to facilitate migration from one to the other.
I have a user who, during mailbox cleanup/management efforts, attempted a move (not a copy) of a 20GB folder from one Exchange mailbox into the other Exchange mailbox which has a size limit of 4GB. Of course the operation gagged to a halt once the destination mailbox filled up but now there appears to be no way of backing out of the operation. Any attempt to move back the files which filled up the mailbox gets the error:
"Outlook is synchronizing local changes made to items in this folder. You cannot remove this folder until the synchronization with the server is complete."
Outlook is running in Cached Excange mode.
There was an estimated 1GB free on the destination mailbox before the move operation was launched. Clearning space from other folders in the inbox is painfully slow, and the user has no mail operations in the meantime.
Can the move operation be halted, cancelled or otherwise backed out of, without data loss to the large folder? Thanks in advance ro any and all input.