- You have a Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 server that is configured as follows:
- The target mailbox database has a passive copy.
- The DataMoveReplicationConstraint property on the target mailbox database is set to something other than None.
For more information about how the DataMoveReplicationConstraint property works, see Exchange 2010 Mailbox Moves and Mailbox Resiliency.
- The mailbox server that hosts the passive copy has the DatabaseCopyAutoActivationPolicy property set to Blocked.
- You install the Service Pack 3 Rollup Update 3 (KB2891587) for Exchange Server 2010.
- Set the DatabaseCopyAutoActivationPolicy property on the mailbox server that hosts the passive copy to IntraSiteOnly or Unrestricted. For example, you can use Windows PowerShell as follows:
Set-MailboxServer –identity MBX2013 – DatabaseCopyAutoActivationPolicy Unrestricted
- Move the mailbox.
For more information, see Set-MailboxServer.
- Set the "DataMoveReplicationConstraint" property on the target mailbox database to None. For example, you can use PowerShell as follows:
Set-MailboxDatabase -identity "TargetDatabase" -DataMoveReplicationConstraint NoneNote To make the change take effect immediately, you have to restart the Microsoft Exchange Replication Service.
- Move the mailboxes.
- Change the "DataMoveReplicationConstraint" property back to its original setting.
Article ID: 2932402 - Last Review: Jun 19, 2014 - Revision: 1