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Hi there,

There is a bug in the 6b5 version of the Exchange Migration Tool which is causing problems in testing.

We are using KMS 6b5 and when migrating mailboxes, certain e-mails are causing the migration tool to hang. There is no specific pattern to the e-mails that cause it to hang (could be large, small, attachments, no attachments etc...) so it's impossible to pinpoint the problem. Pressing cancel offers a 'are you sure you want to quit' dialog box but pressing 'ok' just takes you back to the progress window.

We use Exchange Server 2003 on Windows Server 2003. Soon to be KMS v6 final instead of Exchange Server 2003 if this problem is fixed!

Thanks, Phil.

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Please report this to kms-beta<at>

They only "may" get this bug report, if someone from Kerio happens to browse your post.

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