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Corrupted objects while trying to restore mailbox to PST causing the restore to fail.

ivandem

ADSM.ORG Member
#1
I am attempting to restore a mailbox from an Exchange 2016 server and route it to a Unicode PST file, just as a test, but when I do I get the following error:

"Error: This mailbox exceeded the maximum number of corrupt or missing items that were specified for this request"

I know this is because there are corrupted objects in the mailbox I am trying to restore (although running "New-MailboxRepairRequest" on the Exchange server does not show any). I assume the default is to fail on ANY corrupt objects. I also know that Microsoft allows for this value to be something else. The question is; Can TSM pass along a different value other then "0" when requesting the restore?

Note: This did work with a different mailbox that I tested with.

Thanks you.
John
 

moon-buddy

ADSM.ORG Moderator
#2
The question is; Can TSM pass along a different value other then "0" when requesting the restore?

Note: This did work with a different mailbox that I tested with.

Thanks you.
John
As far as I can remember, exit codes are fixed - not configurable nor have any other aside from what is embedded on the TSM Server code.
 

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