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    Default Exchange Migration Wizard failing

    I'm attempting test migrations of a couple Exchange accounts, and some aren't working as expected. The wizard creates the user's folder hierarchy but fails to migrate any messages.

    The failure messages are all the same:
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    26-01-2010 11:20:39 [4840]: Processing 18 items of folder 2007-03-09.
    26-01-2010 11:20:39 [4840]: HRException- Restrict() failed. [hr:0x80040305], file:.\mapi\MapiObjects.cpp(Ln:5117)
    26-01-2010 11:20:39 [4840]: Some of the items may get skipped.
    I've attached the logfile as well.
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    Last edited by goppegard; 01-26-2010 at 12:04 PM. Reason: Change logfile

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    There is a bug out there, 29711, that addresses this issue. We had fixed it, but I have seen periodic complaints that people still run into this issue. The issue is that either there are too many folders, or a given folder has too many subfolders. I think there may be too many folders here. How many folders are in this account? Perhaps you can consolidate or regconfigure this mailbox a bit, so you will go under the Microsoft default limits.

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    You're correct that there are a lot of folders in this mailbox. Is the default limit a known quantity, so we can know if an account will fail?

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