Exchange 2007 Recovery Mailbox
Exchange 2007 SP2 cluster 64Bit, mount the RSG successful and using exchange shell command to merge data to another users mailbox into a subfolder. The account performance this task has all the permissions this including full access to all the mailboxes. Here is the error messages, any ideas as why or how to increase max corrupted items using command shell, and will it make any different if I increased 24/02/2010 4:57:17 PM] [0] [T098211] 397 items could not be moved to the target mailbox.[24/02/2010 4:57:18 PM] [0] [ERROR] Error was found for user name ( .com) because: Error occurred in the step: Moving messages. This mailbox exceeded the maximum number of corrupted items specified for this move mailbox operation., error code: -1056749110[24/02/2010 4:57:18 PM] [0] [T098211] The operation has finished.
February 25th, 2010 2:04am

Jeffvan,If you just looking for the option to restore the mailbox, you can use the -BadItemLimit switch. With this you can set how many corrupted items the mailbox can have and still continue to restore.example syntax:restore-mailbox -rsgdatabase "DBServer\Recovery Storage Group\Database" -RSGMailbox UserA -Identity UserB -Targetfolder "Restore" -BadItemLimit 1000'That will restore the maibox even if the mailbox has 1000 corrupted items.Hope this helps.J.Jason McCaughey MCTS - Exchange 2007
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February 25th, 2010 5:12am

Hi,The BadItemLimit parameter specifies the number of corrupted items in a mailbox to skip before the export operation fails.ThanksAllen
March 2nd, 2010 12:07pm

Hi I am also running into the very same problem and I know I can skip bad items. However, if the backup was successfull and the restore was successful and log integration with "eseutil /cc" was successful, how can there even be bad items? What is the definition of "bad item" in this context? Regards. Steffen
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July 4th, 2010 4:23pm

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