NetIQ Exchange Migrator
Version 8.1 Service Pack 1
Date Published: October 2012
Verifying the Service Pack Installation
This service pack improves usability and resolves several previous issues. Many of these improvements were made in direct response to suggestions from our customers. We thank you for your time and valuable input. We hope you continue to help us ensure our products meet all your needs. You can post feedback in the Migration Suite forum on Qmunity, our community Web site that also includes product notifications, blogs, and product user groups.
For more information about this release and for the latest release notes, see the NetIQ Exchange Migrator Documentation Web site. To download this product, see the NetIQ Exchange Migrator Product Upgrade Web site.
The following outline the key features and functions provided by this version, as well as issues resolved in this release:
NetIQ Free/Busy Consolidator
NetIQ Exchange Migrator now includes the new NetIQ Free/Busy Consolidator utility. This utility replaces the NetIQ Coexistence Utility that was included in previous versions of NetIQ Exchange Migrator. For more information about NetIQ Free/Busy Consolidator, see the NetIQ Free/Busy Consolidator Technical Reference included in the installation kit.
Enhancements and Software Fixes
NetIQ Exchange Migrator 8.1 Service Pack 1 includes software fixes that resolve several previous issues.
For the list of software fixes and enhancements in previous releases, see Previous Releases.
In this version, NetIQ Exchange Migrator manages mailflow without creating a new source contact. NetIQ Exchange Migrator now uses the TargetAddress attribute on the source account to forward to the target mailbox. Addresses are not prepended with --Migrated-- and the source mailbox is no longer hidden. (ENG319779, ENG321599)
Issues with Parent-Child Domains
The following issues with migrations involving parent and child domains are resolved in this version:
DisableProjectLocks DWORD Value Is Not Set to 1 by Default
NetIQ Exchange Migrator now sets the DisableProjectLocks registry key value to 1 automatically on installation of the product, so customers who are using a single NetIQ Exchange Migrator console do not have to change the value of this key manually. If you have multiple NetIQ Exchange Migrator consoles and a single database, you should set this registry key value to 0, otherwise you might experience concurrency issues. (ENG321596)
Upgrade Removes Registry Values That Were Added Previously
On upgrading an existing NetIQ Exchange Migrator environment to the latest version, the NetIQ Exchange Migrator installer no longer removes registry keys and values that customers added in the previous installation. (ENG316099)
Sample_Cache_Mode.PRF File Does Not Configure Outlook Cached Mode
If you update user profiles using the Sample_Cache_Mode.PRF Outlook profile customization file, the file now sets Outlook cached mode to "ON" as expected. (ENG321610)
ProfileUpdateLauncher Requires Any Key to be Pressed to Exit
ProfileUpdateLauncher now exits to the command prompt when finished as expected without any user input. (ENG321639)
Migration Options Wizard Displays Some Information Store Names Incorrectly
The Migration Options Wizard no longer displays information store names incorrectly when they contain special characters. The wizard now displays information store names as they appear in Exchange Server Manager. (ENG321657)
Migrated Tag Is Not Deleted from Migrated Mail Objects after Undoing Migration
NetIQ Exchange Migrator now removes the --Migrated-- tag from migrated mail objects on the source server if you undo the migration afterwards. This issue occurred in untrusted migrations from Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. (ENG321319)
Source Mailbox Calendar Is Removed after Running the EMCLI CalSync Command
NetIQ Exchange Migrator no longer removes the source mailbox calendar when you run the EMCLI CalSync command after performing a cross-organization migration from Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. (ENG319094)
Public Folders Cannot be Migrated by Command Line
When you use the PFMIG command to migrate public folders, NetIQ Exchange Migrator now moves the mailbox database from source to target and the project status changes from "Not Migrated" to "Moved Object" as expected. This issue occurred in intra-organization migrations from Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 and from Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 to Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. (ENG311806)
Source Mailbox Is Not Visible in the Global Address List after Undoing Migration
When you undo a mailbox migration, NetIQ Exchange Migrator now restores the source mailbox account with all of its original properties and the mailbox is visible in the Outlook Global Address List (GAL). This issue occurred in cross-organization migrations from Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. (ENG316730)
EMProjectUpdateTool.txt File Grows Indefinitely
The EMProjectUpdateTool.txt log file no longer grows indefinitely, even if you create several projects in NetIQ Exchange Migrator. (ENG318473)
Duplicate Information Is Set on Columns in the MigrationInfo Table
In cross-organization mailbox migrations from Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, NetIQ Exchange Migrator no longer sets duplicate information in the TargetDisplayName and TargetAlias columns of the MigrationInfo table. (ENG318568)
NULL Entries Are Created in the LegacyExchangeDN Column of the MigrationInfo Table
When you migrate mailboxes that have a dot in the display name and select the option to merge by sAMAccountName, NetIQ Exchange Migrator no longer replaces the LegacyExchangeDN value with NULL in the MigrationInfo table. This issue occurred in cross-organization migrations from Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. (ENG318637)
User Mailboxes Are Deleted from Target when Migrating Mailboxes with Merge by sAMAccountName Option
When you migrate mailboxes and select the option to merge by sAMAccountName, NetIQ Exchange Migrator now completes the migration successfully and does not delete user mailboxes created on the target server. (ENG318765)
Migrated Distribution List Membership Is Not Set When Members Have Dot in Distinguished Name
When you perform a cross-organization mailbox migration from Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, NetIQ Exchange Migrator now sets membership for distribution lists correctly on the target even if members of a list have a dot in their distinguished name. (ENG318852)
Source Out-Of-Office Rules Break Mailbox Rules Migration
In untrusted migrations from Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, NetIQ Exchange Migrator now successfully migrates mailboxes and associated out-of-office rules, with certain limitations. For more information, see the Known Issues section. (ENG315077)
This service pack is a full installation and does not require an existing installation of NetIQ Exchange Migrator. However, in order to upgrade to this version, you must have NetIQ Exchange Migrator 8.1 already installed, with or without Hotfix 73316 or Hotfix 73436.
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Undo Migration Does Not Work Correctly in Certain Environments
When you perform the Undo migration task after performing an intra-organization migration from Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, NetIQ Exchange Migrator displays the status of mail objects as "Not Migrated," but does not actually move migrated mail objects from the target server back to the source server. For more information about this issue and its workaround, see NetIQ Knowledge Base article NETIQKB7010865. (ENG323560)
Distribution List Migration Fails with Domain Local Scope Set
In cross-organization migrations from Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, NetIQ Exchange Migrator is unable to migrate distribution lists whose scope is set to Domain Local with at least one mailbox added as a member. The migration fails and the distribution list is not created on the target. NetIQ Exchange Migrator creates only an Active Directory group, the membership list is incorrect, and the distribution list is not visible in the Global Address List or Exchange Management console. This issue occurs only if, prior to the distribution list migration using NetIQ Exchange Migrator, its Active Directory group was already migrated using Domain Migration Administrator, and then Domain Migration Administrator mappings were imported into the NetIQ Exchange Migrator project. To work around this issue, ensure the scope for distribution lists is set to Global or Universal before migrating them. (DOC322655)
Limitations on Out-of-Office Rules Migrations
The following issues currently exist with out-of-office rules migrations:
Unable to Add Mail Objects to a Project in Certain Migration Scenarios
If you try to add mail objects to a project using the Select Mail Objects wizard in a trusted cross-organization migration from Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 to Microsoft Exchange Server 2003, NetIQ Exchange Migrator may not be able to display the mail objects list from the source domain, so it is not possible to perform a migration. This issue occurs when an old version of the mapi32.dll file exists in the c:\windows\system32 folder. To work around this issue, run the fixmapi.exe tool that is included with Internet Explorer 5, or reinstall Microsoft Outlook. For more information about the FixMAPI tool, see the Microsoft documentation. (ENG313491)
Missing Email Addresses After Running Directory Synchronization
When you run the Directory Synchronization wizard to synchronize a source Exchange mailbox with a MailUser account created on the target Exchange server, instead of handling collisions by sAMAccountName as expected, NetIQ Exchange Migrator may not create some of the email addresses on the target server and you may receive non-delivery report (NDR) messages. The missing email addresses include the X500, X400, and both SMTP addresses. This issue occurs in untrusted migrations between Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 and Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. (ENG302474)
Delay in Displaying Public Folder Data in Intra-Organization Migrations
In intra-organization migrations from Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, NetIQ Exchange Migrator does not display migrated public folder data immediately and it may appear that the data is missing. However, public folder data replication takes some additional time and is processed in the background. The data is not actually missing and is displayed correctly approximately an hour following migration. (ENG313881)
Unable to Authenticate Source Account With Same Name as Target
If you specify an Exchange Migrator user account for both the source and target server that has the same name, NetIQ Exchange Migrator cannot authenticate the source account when selecting mail objects. This issue is a third-party pass-through related issue that occurs in migration scenarios where the target server is running Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. To work around this issue, specify a different account for the source server and use that account for authentication. (ENG314452)
Distribution List Members Are Not Displayed If Moved After Migration
If you move the members of a distribution list to another organizational unit after migrating them, and then do a migration of the distribution list itself, NetIQ Exchange Migrator completes the distribution list migration successfully, but the migrated distribution list does not display the moved members on the Members tab. (ENG314974)
Synchronizing From Target To Source Always Creates New Contacts
Running directory synchronization from target to source does not mail-enable the source Active Directory (AD) account. When a user mailbox exists on the target and a user AD account exists on the source, NetIQ Exchange Migrator creates a new contact on the source instead of mail-enabling the account. This issue occurs when you select the following options:
This issue exists for distribution lists as well as mailboxes, and occurs in all trusted or untrusted cross-organization migration scenarios. (ENG308876)
ResetOST Option Does Not Create a New OST File
Executing the EMProfileUpdate command with the -ResetOST option does not create a new OST file as expected for a migrated mailbox. When you use the -ResetOST option, the EMProfileUpdate utility should save a copy of the existing OST file and then Outlook should rebuild a new OST file from scratch the next time Outlook connects to the Microsoft Exchange server. Instead, the EMProfileUpdate utility updates the profile as expected, but keeps the existing OST file. This issue occurs in intra-organization migrations from Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. (ENG311876)
Migration Fails for Mail Objects with Special Characters in Their Distinguished Names
In intra-organization migrations from Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, NetIQ Exchange Migrator does not migrate mailboxes successfully if the Distinguished Names (DNs) of those mailboxes contain any of the following special characters: (ENG311682)
Remigrating Mailboxes With Immediately and Create New Account Options Set
If you migrate mailboxes, undo the migration, and then migrate the same mailboxes again with the Immediately option and the Create New Account option set, the migration ends in error status and mail flow is not updated on the source server. This issue occurs in trusted cross-organization migrations from Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 to Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. (ENG303742)
Entering an Installation Path That Exceeds 256 Characters
If you enter an installation path for NetIQ Exchange Migrator that exceeds 256 characters, the setup program shuts down unexpectedly. To avoid this issue, ensure the installation path does not exceed 256 characters. (ENG311937)
Migrating Mailboxes That Have Been Mail-Enabled Using Directory Synchronization
Migrating mailboxes after running directory synchronization may result in some mailboxes being skipped. This issue occurs if you create a migration project with source mailboxes and distribution lists, and then perform a directory synchronization from source to target and select the option to mail-enable accounts based on sAMAccountName. If Active Directory users or groups on the target have the same sAMAccountName as objects on the source server, when you run the mailbox migration, NetIQ Exchange Migrator skips mailboxes whose mail-enabled accounts already exist on the target server. (ENG315477)
Pre-Migration Assessment Utility Issues
The following issues currently exist with the Pre-Migration Assessment Utility:
Installing NetIQ Exchange Migrator on a Computer with UAC Enabled
If you run the NetIQ Exchange Migrator setup program on a computer with User Account Control (UAC) enabled, UAC does not prompt you to elevate privileges. However, if you do not elevate privileges, the installation fails. UAC was introduced on Microsoft Windows Vista and Microsoft Windows Server 2008. (ENG277544)
To work around this issue, run the setup program as an administrator or disable UAC before running the setup program. For more information, see the following Microsoft Web sites:
Uninstalling NetIQ Exchange Migrator from x64 Computers
The NetIQ Exchange Migrator uninstallation program does not uninstall the PowerShellWrapper_64 file from the NetIQ\Exchange Migrator program folder on x64 computers. To work around this issue, delete the file manually. (ENG280339)
Migrating Mailboxes for Disabled User Accounts
Due to a known issue with the PowerShell Move-Mailbox cmdlet, NetIQ Exchange Migrator cannot migrate mailboxes with data for disabled user accounts. To work around this issue, either migrate the mailboxes without data and then synchronize data from source to target, or enable the source users you want to migrate in NetIQ Exchange Migrator before migrating them. After enabling source users, allow sufficient time for replication and then run the migration. (ENG293648)
Using Profiles Set With Cached Exchange Mode
An issue currently exists in migrations with data where NetIQ Exchange Migrator is unable to complete the Updating Exchange cache step of the migration if the target profile is set with Cached Exchange Mode. This issue also occurs in migrations where the source profile is set with Cached Exchange Mode, in which case NetIQ Exchange Migrator may be unable to complete the Validating the source and target profiles step of the migration. To prevent this issue, before you begin your migration verify the source and target profiles are not set with Cached Exchange Mode. If you encounter this issue, you can stop the migration by clicking the close (X) button in the status window. Then reset the source and target profiles without Cached Exchange Mode, reopen the profiles with Microsoft Outlook to apply the change, and retry the migration. (ENG291908)
Migrating Mailboxes with the Create New Account Option
An issue currently exists in mailbox migrations with data from Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 to Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 where NetIQ Exchange Migrator does not create a new account as expected when you select the Create new account option in the Migration Options wizard. Instead, NetIQ Exchange Migrator merges the migrated account with the existing target account. To work around this issue, migrate mailboxes without data and then run the Synchronize and Update Migrated Mailboxes wizard to synchronize data from the source to the target. (ENG304352)
Mailbox Alias and Display Name Fields Are Not Renamed in Some Scenarios
An issue currently exists in mailbox migrations with data from Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 to Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 where NetIQ Exchange Migrator does not rename the alias and display name as expected when migrating a mailbox to the same OU where another mailbox exists with the same SAM account name and the same email address information. To work around this issue, migrate mailboxes without data and then run the Synchronize and Update Migrated Mailboxes wizard to synchronize data from the source to the target. (ENG304139)
Additions to Documentation
The NetIQ Exchange Migrator User Guide and Help have not been updated in this release. Please note the following additions to documentation:
References to the NetIQ Coexistence Utility and SharePoint Migration Utility
The NetIQ Exchange Migrator User Guide and Help currently contain references to the NetIQ Coexistence Utility and the SharePoint Migration Utility that were previously included with the NetIQ Exchange Migrator product. The SharePoint Migration Utility is no longer included with NetIQ Exchange Migrator. The NetIQ Coexistence Utility has been replaced by the new NetIQ Free/Busy Consolidator utility (Free/Busy Consolidator), which performs the same function of synchronizing free/busy information between source and target Exchange organizations. Free/Busy Consolidator is included in the NetIQ Exchange Migrator installation kit, but it is not installed automatically with NetIQ Exchange Migrator and it is not required for use with NetIQ Exchange Migrator. This utility is a complementary tool that you can use to facilitate coexistence. For more information about Free/Busy Consolidator, see the NetIQ Free/Busy Consolidator Technical Reference.
Calendar Synchronization Command
The NetIQ Exchange Migrator Command Line Interface (EMCLI) now includes the CALSYNC command. The CALSYNC command allows you to synchronize free/busy calendar information between source and target environments to facilitate coexistence during migrations. This command is particularly useful in environments where NetIQ Free/Busy Consolidator is unable to retrieve information for certain mail objects. You can also run this command as a scheduled job. For more information about installing and using Free/Busy Consolidator, see the NetIQ Free/Busy Consolidator Technical Reference. For more information about running EMCLI commands as scheduled jobs, see the NetIQ Exchange Migrator User Guide. Use the following syntax for the CALSYNC command:
EMCLI CALSYNC /PROJECT project_name
If the project name includes spaces, enclose the name in quotation marks as follows:
EMCLI CALSYNC /PROJECT "project name"
What NetIQ Exchange Migrator Migrates
NetIQ Exchange Migrator migrates the following types of Microsoft Exchange objects:
Collectively these objects are known as mail objects. NetIQ Exchange Migrator also migrates the data and permissions associated with supported mail objects.
What NetIQ Exchange Migrator Does Not Migrate
NetIQ Exchange Migrator does not migrate the following objects and permissions:
The Reply-To address in an email message is a read-only field. NetIQ Exchange Migrator does not translate Reply-To addresses to indicate the new email address of migrated mailboxes. To correct this problem, NetIQ Exchange Migrator migrates each mailbox, contact, and distribution list to the target Microsoft Exchange server with the respective source X500 address.
Inbox Rules Migration
NetIQ Exchange Migrator migrates the inbox rules associated with the mailboxes you migrate, with the following exceptions:
All of these types of restrictions use stored information that NetIQ Exchange Migrator cannot access. When mailboxes include server-side rules with these types of restrictions, Exchange Migrator migrates the mailboxes, but Microsoft Outlook displays errors for those inbox rules.
Inbox rules migration occurs only when you perform data synchronization for migrated mailboxes. NetIQ Exchange Migrator requires an X500 address on the target to be able to resolve mail-enabled object references in rules. If a referenced object has not been migrated or the X500 address does not exist, the rule will not work properly until the required information is available. NetIQ Exchange Migrator may display minor errors when migrating certain inbox rules involving flags, message deletion, specified Exchange accounts, and client-only rules involving move or copy to mail folders. In some cases, users may have to recreate some of these rules if they are not properly migrated.
Profile Updates in NetIQ Exchange Migrator
Due to changes that Microsoft made to the way mailbox profiles store settings in Outlook 2010, NetIQ Exchange Migrator has the following limitations when migrating profiles on computers with Outlook 2010:
Open Source and Target Profiles Before Running Tests
Before you run the "Open Source Public Folder Storage" and "Open Target Public Folder Storage" tests in the Pre-Migration Assessment Utility, ensure that you have opened both the source and target profiles at least once. Otherwise, when you run those tests, the utility will display the Test Results as "Not applicable" and the Test Details as "Source/target public folder storage not found," even if the public folder storage is mounted and working properly.
This service pack also includes enhancements added in Hotfix 73316 and Hotfix 73436.
Hotfix 73316 resolves the following issues:
Unexpected Shutdown During Mailbox Rules Synchronization
This hotfix resolves an issue where NetIQ Exchange Migrator shut down unexpectedly when synchronizing mailbox rules. This issue occurred when updating specific rules in cross-organization migrations from Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. (ENG316266)
Unexpected Shutdown During Mailbox Data Synchronization
This hotfix resolves an issue where NetIQ Exchange Migrator shut down unexpectedly when synchronizing mailbox data. (ENG316646)
Connection Leak Caused Mailbox Synchronization Failure
This hotfix resolves an issue where a connection leak was causing mailbox synchronization to fail after synchronizing approximately 100 mailboxes. This issue occurred in cross-organization migrations from Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. (ENG316286)
Migration After DirSync Reset Passwords
This hotfix resolves an issue where NetIQ Exchange Migrator reset user passwords when migrating mailboxes enabled by DirSync, even though the option to reset passwords for existing accounts had not been specified in the migration project. This issue occurred in cross-organization migrations from Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. (ENG316349)
Migrated Objects Not Visible After DirSync
This hotfix resolves an issue where migrated mailboxes and distribution lists were not visible on the Exchange Management Console after directory synchronization, and mail objects appeared as contacts in the target GAL. This issue occurred if the Retain populated properties on the target object option was selected on the Customize Migration Processing window in the Migration Options wizard. This issue occurred in cross-organization migrations from Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 and Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. (ENG316479)
DirSync After Migration with Mail Flow Caused Mail Flow Conflicts
This hotfix resolves an issue with migrating mail objects with the Immediately option selected in the Specify Migration Options wizard, or updating mail flow after migrating mailboxes, and then running directory synchronization from source to target. In this scenario, NetIQ Exchange Migrator created new contacts on the target with the same SMTP address as migrated objects, causing mail flow conflicts for migrated mailboxes. This issue occurred in untrusted cross-organization migration scenarios from Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 and Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. (ENG316556)
DirSync Created Contact on Target with LegacyExchangeDN of Source
This hotfix resolves an issue where running directory synchronization from source to target created a new contact on the target with the LegacyExchangeDN property of the source Exchange server instead of the target Exchange server. This issue occurred only when there was no collision on the target to enable the mailbox. This issue occurred in untrusted cross-organization migration scenarios from Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. (ENG316596)
Inbox Rules Migration Issue
This hotfix resolves an issue where NetIQ Exchange Migrator stopped migrating all inbox rules after encountering an issue with any particular rule. After you apply this hotfix, NetIQ Exchange Migrator migrates inbox rules one by one, and skips any rules that cannot be migrated. For more information about current limitations on inbox rules migration, see the NetIQ Exchange Migrator 8.1 Release Notes. (ENG316376)
Unable to Migrate Inbox Rules that Referenced Subfolders
This hotfix resolves an issue where NetIQ Exchange Migrator was unable to migrate inbox rules that referenced folders that were not at the top level of the mailbox. In this case, the log displayed the following error: Unable to find target folder referenced by rule. (ENG316784)
Certain Mailbox Storage Names Not Displayed Correctly
This hotfix resolves an issue where mailbox storage names that began with the letter "C" or "N" were not displayed completely in the Specify Migration Options wizard, causing problems when mail objects were migrated. This issue occurred in untrusted cross-organization migration scenarios from Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. (ENG316515)
Hotfix 73436 resolves the following issues:
Adds Support for Profile Update Through PRF Files
NetIQ Exchange Migrator now includes a command line switch named PRFPath that you can use to update user profiles using Outlook profile customization files. This hotfix includes two sample .prf files, Sample_Online_Mode.PRF and Sample_Cache_Mode.PRF. These files are available in the NetIQ Exchange Migrator installation path in the EM Profile Update folder. (ENG319796)
To use the PRFPath command line switch:
ProfileUpdateLauncher TabFileName -PRFPath PRFFilePath
NetIQ Exchange Migrator Shuts Down Unexpectedly When Using SearchEntireOrg Feature
NetIQ Exchange Migrator no longer shuts down unexpectedly when a contact collision occurs during a migration where the registry key SearchEntireOrg is set to 1. (ENG319805)
Console Shuts Down Unexpectedly When Importing a .csv File
The NetIQ Exchange Migrator console no longer shuts down unexpectedly when you try to add objects to a migration project by importing a .csv file. (ENG318470)
Directory Synchronization Issues
Various directory synchronization issues have been resolved in this hotfix:
Group Type Changes After Migration
In cross-organization migrations from Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 and Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, where groups were already migrated with Domain Migration Administrator and DMA Mappings were imported, changing the group type on the target and then migrating groups with NetIQ Exchange Migrator no longer results in groups being reverted back to the group type on the source after migration. (ENG319775)
Post-Migration Script Fails to Add Source IADs Object
In cross-organization migration scenarios, the mailbox post-migration script now adds source IADs objects as expected even if the source Exchange server does not have LDAP services running. (ENG319773)
Mail Flow Creates a Corrupt Source Contact Mail using Source Reply-To Address
In untrusted migrations from Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, if you select the Source Reply-to option on the Email Address Options window in the Migration Options wizard and update mail flow immediately after migration, NetIQ Exchange Migrator no longer creates a corrupt Contact Mail object without a primary SMTP address on the source server. (ENG319794)
Contacts Created in the Source When Migrating Have the Source SMTP
When migrating and updating mail flow, NetIQ Exchange Migrator now creates contacts on the source with the target email address as expected, instead of the source SMTP address. (ENG319803)
Contacts Have Double Primary SMTP Addresses
NetIQ Exchange Migrator no longer creates contacts with two primary SMTP addresses, so mail flow works as expected. (ENG319769)
Unable to Update the Status of Migrated Objects
In intraforest migrations from Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 and Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, NetIQ Exchange Migrator now correctly updates the status of successfully migrated mail objects. (ENG319807)
Unable to Modify Existing Project Settings
NetIQ Exchange Migrator now allows you to modify the settings for an existing project as expected. (ENG319782)
Some Progress Dialogs Do Not Update
When you run the Undo Mail Object Migrations wizard and the Update Mail Flow wizards, NetIQ Exchange Migrator now displays updated progress information as expected. (ENG319801)
NetIQ Exchange Migrator Displays Unnecessary Error Dialogs
NetIQ Exchange Migrator no longer displays unnecessary error dialogs at the end of the Synchronize and Update Migrated Mailboxes wizard and the Update Target Mailbox Permissions wizards if one or more selected mailboxes cannot be synchronized. The wizard window itself displays all necessary error information. (ENG318069)
TargetAddress Attribute Is Not Set on Target Mailboxes
In cross-organization migrations from Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 where you migrate mailboxes using the Associate source account with target migrated mailbox option and the Later option, NetIQ Exchange Migrator now correctly sets the TargetAddress attribute on the migrated target mailboxes. (ENG319848)
Profile Updater Does Not Remove Offline Address Book Files
The Profile Updater now removes Offline Address Book (OAB) files so migrated users see the target GAL instead of the source GAL. (ENG319849)
Mailflow Update Does Not Correctly Set X500 Address
During mailflow update, NetIQ Exchange Migrator now correctly sets the X500 address on the target mailbox to the X500 address of the source contact name, so emails are successfully delivered. (ENG319850)
Users Receive Non-Delivery Report Error Messages
In untrusted migrations from Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, users no longer receive Non Delivery Report (NDR) error messages for migrated mail objects when using auto-complete to send email. Migrated mail objects now have an X500 address with the Legacy ExchangeDN of their DirSynced object and email is successfully delivered. (ENG319856)
Default Reply-To Address Is Not Set on Target Account
In trusted migrations from Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, NetIQ Exchange Migrator no longer creates mail objects without the default Reply-to address configured. Mail objects in the target domain are correctly set with the specified email address settings. (ENG318733)
Duplicate Display Name and Alias
NetIQ Exchange Migrator no longer duplicates the display name and alias in the migration information table for mailboxes migrated together. (ENG319716)
Incorrect Common Name (CN) when Importing DMA Mappings
NetIQ Exchange Migrator no longer removes spaces from Common Names (CNs) of accounts that are imported from Domain Migration Administrator. (ENG320365)
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