The previous part (part 3) addressed Mailbox Size but did you know that even Message Size (or rather Item size) can prevent a successful move as well?
Here’s an example move mailbox log:
2-10-2011 3:18:58 [The Exchange Server] A corrupted item was encountered during the move operation. The item wasn't copied to the destination mailbox.
verzonden nov 2004-aug 2005 Jane Doe Foto's afscheid John Doe 10 februari jl. IPM.Note 76121694 02/15/2005 15:28:06 02/15/2005 15:28:06 Message (size 72.6 MB (76,121,694 bytes)) exceeds the maximum allowed size for submission to the target mailbox. You can increase this limit by using the Set-Mailbox cmdlet in the Exchange Management Shell. Error details: MapiExceptionMaxSubmissionExceeded: IExchangeFastTransferEx.TransferBuffer failed (hr=0x80004005, ec=1242) Diagnostic context:
As you can see in the log this mailbox there is one item with a size of 72 MegaBytes.
Let’s see this in Outlook:
It gets even worse when we open the Message:
It was addresses to several internal recipients and as you know Exchange 2010 no longer supports Single Instance Storage…
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