If you receive an error code like the one above when trying to perform a Move All Replicas on an Exchange 2003 Public Folder hierarchy then you may have decommissioned your old environment out of sequence. [Read more…] about Move All Replicas from Exchange 2003 to 2010 fails.
If you are trying to move a mailbox from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010 and you receive an error like the one above then you may need to change some permissions on the user you are try to move. The process is very quick and easy. [Read more…] about Moving Mailboxes from Exchange 2003 to 2010 fails with Access Denied
I ran into this error recently while trying to migrate from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010. I had my Exchange 2003 and Exchange 2010 mailbox servers in coexistence, and had successfully migrated a pilot group of users to the new server. Mail flow was still be directed through the Exchange 2003 server, although I did have a Send Connector on the 2010 server.
Users on both the 2003 and 2010 servers could send and receive mail externally. Users on the 2003 server could send messages to users on the 2010 server. However, users on the 2010 server could not send message back to the 2003 server. The queues would just fill up and 2010 users would receive a delivered delayed message. The error on the message queue was the one mentioned above.
The fix was two-part for me. [Read more…] about 451 5.7.3 Cannot achieve Exchange Server authentication
Before you run to restore that deleted Public Folder from tape don’t forget ExFolders.
I recently had a situation where someone had inadvertently deleted a Public Folder. I had previously downloaded ExFolders for another problem and remembered I had this on the server. [Read more…] about Don’t forget ExFolders
I had to use it recently when our existing BES server was getting squished on resources and I needed to move the Blackberry Enterprise Server role onto a new box.
So, if you don’t want to force all your users through the pain of reactivating their phones, or, the hassle of recreating all your IT policies, then you definitely want to use the Transporter. It’s a great tool and can be downloaded as part of the Blackberry Resource Kit.