Powershell command to move mailbox in Office 365

I'm looking to move a mailbox to another Exchange server on Office 365.  

I've done this a couple of times in the past year and wanted to confirm exact syntax for the command.

I believe using New-MoveRequest -Identity 'mail@mail.com' should be enough to initiate the request.  Are there any other parameters required?

Spoke to Microsoft 365 support and they had no idea what I was talking about.

Sean CarrollIT EngineerAsked:
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This link should clarify prameters and explain hiw to connect a remote powershell session to o365:
Sean CarrollIT EngineerAuthor Commented:
Thanks I know how to connect to Powershell in Office 365.  I was just confirming that was the correct command to use to move a mailbox.
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@Sean Carroll
Please explain your end goal maybe we can propose a better solution.
You want to a mailbox from onpremise server to O365?
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Sean CarrollIT EngineerAuthor Commented:
Just from one Exhange server to the other in Microsoft’s backend in Office 365.  I’ve done this before a couple of times in the past, just forgot the exact parameters required with the Powershell cmdlet to complete the move.
FOXActive Directory/Exchange EngineerCommented:
Sean- if you are moving the mailbox within o365 you do not have to specify the server.  If it is a big mailbox we will just set some switches to prevent failure

Connect to o365 via powershell then run the following command to move your mailbox

New-MoveRequest -Identity 'defaultemailaddressofthemailbox' -BadItemLimit 200 -LargeItemLimit 10000 -AcceptLargeDataLoss

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Sean CarrollIT EngineerAuthor Commented:
Hi Fox,

Thank you very much for the confirmation and clarification on parameters.

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