How to Migrate Mailbox to Different Database in Exchange Server 2019.

In this blog, I will migrate the user’s mailboxes from one mailbox database to a different database.

Migrate Mailbox to Different Database

1- Open Exchange Admin Center and select the Servers tab and select the database tab so we can check out the mailbox databases on the Server.

exchange admin center server

2- Select the recipient’s options and Select the migration tab and select the + button and select Move to a different database so, the mailboxes move to the different databases.

exchange admin center migration

3- Under select the users you want to move and click the + icon.

new local mailbox move exchange 2019

4- Select the users that you want to move and click the add button and click on ok.

new local mailbox move users

5- Click on next.

new local mailbox move exchange 2019

6- Under the Target Database, so click on browse.

new local mailbox move exchange 2019

7- Select the database where you want to move the users and click on add so click on ok.

local mailbox migration database

8- After selecting the target database and click on next.

new local mailbox migration

9- Click on new to start user’s migration.

new local mailbox migration

10- Migration completed, so click on view details.

exchange 2019 admin center migration

11- so now you can check to move mailbox details.

local mailbox migration batch users

12- Status for all batches and click on close.

local mailbox migration status batches

13- The status report of migration Exchange 2019 will be sent to defined recipients.

migration users has completed

Moving Exchange Mailboxes to Another Database exchange powershell command.

14- to move user mailbox to New-MoveRequest
To create an area move request for a selected user’s mailbox, run the subsequent command

New-MoveRequest -Identity [email protected] -TargetDatabase EXCHDB -BadItemLimit 100

new moverequest users command

For more details click Here

Create a New Mailbox Database Exchange 2019.

Written by Jamil Parvez

Jamil Pervez works as a Network Administrator, based in Kuwait with a Primary focus on Microsoft technologies. Microsoft Certified MCSE, MCTP, MCITP, CCNP, CCIP, CCVP with 20 years of experience in administering Windows Servers, Exchange, VMWare, Veeam B&R, Veritas BackupExec.

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