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Exchange 2010 Increasing the number of simultaneous Remote/Local Move Request on Exchange 2010

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Increasing the number of simultaneous Remote/Local Move Request on Exchange 2010

 

By default Exchange 2010 just move 5 mailboxes simultaneously, it can make a migration of about 1500 mailboxes take 3 or more days.

To increase it you have to change a configuration file for Mailbox Replication Service. 

1. Open the file C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V14\Bin\MSExchangeMailboxReplication.exe.config;
2. Increase the blue values to a number of simultaneous active moves that you want.

<MRSCONFIGURATION&NBSP;>MRSConfiguration
    MaxRetries = “60”
    RetryDelay = “00:00:30″
    MaxMoveHistoryLength = “2” 
    MaxActiveMovesPerSourceMDB = “50”
    MaxActiveMovesPerTargetMDB = “50”
    MaxActiveMovesPerSourceServer = “50”
    MaxActiveMovesPerTargetServer = “50”
    MaxTotalMovesPerMRS = “100”
    FullScanMoveJobsPollingPeriod = “00:10:00″
    MinimumTimeBeforePickingJobsFromSameDatabase = “00:00:04″
    ServerCountsNotOlderThan = “00:10:00″
    MRSAbandonedMoveJobDetectionTime = “01:00:00″
    BackoffIntervalForProxyConnectionLimitReached = “00:30:00″
    DataGuaranteeCheckPeriod = “00:05:00″
    EnableDataGuaranteeCheck = “true”
    DisableMrsProxyCompression = “false”
    DisableMrsProxyBuffering = “false”
    MinBatchSize = “100”
    MinBatchSizeKB = “256” ;

3. Save and close the file;
4. Restart the Microsoft Exchange Mailbox Replication service.

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