This set of pages allows you to view or modify the general options of the server where the Free/Busy Synchronization Agent is installed.
Server name—Displays the name of the server where the Free/Busy Synchronization Agent is installed.
Account—Displays the account used by the Free/Busy Synchronization Agent to perform the synchronization job. Click Modify to select another account.
Service priority—Displays the agent’s service priority.
This page allows you to set the amount of disk space and memory that should not be used by the Free/Busy Synchronization Agent.
The Leave free space on drive option let you specify how much disk space should not be used by the agent:
The Agents memory limits option let you limit the amount of memory used by the agent installed on this server. It is not recommended to change the default setting unless you are certain your environment requires a different setting.
This set of pages helps you specify general options for the Free/Busy Synchronization Agent.
Compact the agent’s database—The Migration Manager agent stores its configuration and statistics in a separate database file. Select whether you want to not to compact the database, compact the database when possible, or compact the database at the specified interval.
Log warning if there is no corresponding mailbox in the target Administrative Group—Select this option to force the agent to write a warning into the log if there is no target mailbox corresponding to the source mailbox whose free/busy messages are being processed.
The Free/Busy Synchronization Agent’s logs can be used to analyze and troubleshoot the free/busy synchronization process. Agent logs are stored on the server on which the agent is installed in the QMMEx$ServerName$\FreeBusy Synchronization Agent folder. The archived log files are stored in the QMMEx$ServerName$\FreeBusy Synchronization Agent\LOGS folder.
Text log—Select which events should be written to the text log file. It is recommended not to clear any of the events included in the log file by default.
Event log—Select which events should be added to the Exchange server application log file.
Append log—Select whether the log file should be appended or overwritten during each session.
Archive log file larger than … MB—Select to archive the log file if its size exceeds the specified value.
Delete archived log older than ... days—Select if you want the archived log files to be deleted automatically. Specify the number of days after which the log files will be deleted.
Extended logging—Select to include extended logging if this is required for troubleshooting.
Also select what should be done with statistics information:
Do not write statistics—No statistics information will be accumulated.
Do not clear the agent’s statistics—Agent’s statistics will be accumulated.
Keep statistics for the last ... days—Specify the number of days for which statistics information will be kept.
Specify the scheduling options for the agent.
Synchronization Schedule—Click to open a dialog where you can select the times when the agent is allowed to run. You can select off-peak hours to make sure the agent does not put stress on the server.
Also select whether or not the agent should pause for a sleep period after each synchronization session:
Synchronize continuously—The agent will keep looking for unsynchronized mail throughout the allowed working hours.
Sleep duration between sessions … minutes—The agent will stop for the specified interval between synchronization sessions.
To view a progress of calendar or mailbox synchronization by Migration Agent for Exchange use the Statistics dashboard in the Migration Manager for Exchange console. The dashboard is available at the synchronization job level and at the collection level.
Select the node for which you want to view the migration progress in the navigation tree and click the Statistics toolbar button. In the opened pane you can review the overall migration progress (only for mailbox synchronization jobs or collections) and detailed statistics for each processed mailbox including the following fields:
TIP: You can group the data in the statistics table hierarchically as necessary. For that, drag the names of the columns you need to the area above the table. To sort the data by a particular parameter, click the corresponding column name. You can also specify filter for each column you need by clicking the button below the column name.
Note that you can also obtain synchronization statistics using PowerShell cmdlets. For details, see Configuring Migration Using PowerShell.
The calendars involved in the migration can have the following statuses:
Agent is processing a calendar at this moment.
Note: If mailbox has not been processed for 24 hours (1440 minutes) its status automatically changes back to Syncing. You can alter that period of time by adjusting the ReadyToSwitchHoldingPeriod parameter with the Set-MMExProjectOptions cmdlet. For more information, see Configuring Migration Using PowerShell.
The mailboxes involved in the migration can have the following statuses:
Note: If mailbox has not been processed for 24 hours (1440 minutes) its status automatically changes back to In progress. You can alter that period of time by adjusting the ReadyToSwitchHoldingPeriod parameter with the Set-MMExProjectOptions cmdlet. For more information, see Configuring Migration Using PowerShell.
The Import Job Wizard helps automate the creation of mailbox, public folder and calendar synchronization jobs. The wizard is useful if you have planned the migration in advance and know which Exchange server pairs are going to be involved in the migration.
Before you use the wizard, prepare a *.csv file with the job parameters using your preferred text editor or spreadsheet application. When the file is ready, load it with the Import Job Wizard by right-clicking the Synchronization Jobs node and selecting Import Jobs from File.
The job file should specify one job per line in the following format:
<Job Type>,<Source Server Name>,<Target Server Name>,<Source Administrator Mailbox LEDN>,<Target Administrator Mailbox LEDN>
One of the following:
|<Source Server Name>||
Name of the source Exchange server
|<Target Server Name>||Name of the target Exchange server|
|<Source Administrator Mailbox LEDN>||Legacy Exchange distinguished name of the administrator's mailbox in the source organization|
|<Target Administrator Mailbox LEDN>||Legacy Exchange distinguished name of the administrator's mailbox in the target organization|
The <Source Administrator Mailbox LEDN> and <Target Administrator Mailbox LEDN> parameters are required only for public folder synchronization jobs. They are ignored if specified for the other job types. Make sure that the mailboxes they specify have been added to the migration project before you create the jobs with the Import Job Wizard. This can be done during enumeration or manually using the Add Recipients to Database dialog box.
Legacy calendar synchronization jobs created by the Import Job Wizard always use the synchronization agent running on the source Exchange server.
PublicFolder,SrcServer,TrgServer,/o=Kosmodrom/ou=Exchange Administrative Group (FYDIBOHF23SPDLT)/cn=Recipients/cn=Strelka,/o=MythOrg/ou=Exchange Administrative Group (FYDIBOHF23SPDLT)/cn=Recipients/cn=pfAdmin
Calendar ,SrcServer ,TrgServer
The Client Profile Updating Utility automatically updates Microsoft Outlook client profiles to use the target Exchange mailboxes. CPUU (legacy name: EMWProf) updates all the profile settings associated with the Exchange server and preserves the offline folder (OST) files for the mailboxes included in Remote Users Collections.
CPUU is integrated with the mailbox synchronization agents. The utility can be run from a logon script. As a source of information about mailbox switch status, it uses two hidden messages that Migration Agent for Exchange (in case of mailbox synchronization) or Mail Source Agent (in case of legacy mailbox synchronization) creates when switching or recreating mailboxes. This makes the mailbox switch and profile update unnoticeable to the users.
When the utility updates the user profile configured for a mailbox, it also updates the mailbox rules, copies the read/unread status for the mailbox messages and preserves other additional features. This ensures that the user’s target Exchange mailbox is an exact replica of the source mailbox by the time the user first logs on to it.
Please refer to Administrator Guide for details on the Client Profile Updating Utility.