I have an Exchange 2013 database which contains some mailboxes, and I'm getting this error in the Event logs
Database has been offline-repaired (by eseutil.exe) one or more times in the past. However, although this ensures database-level logical consistency and may permit the database to be successfully mounted, Exchange-level logical consistency can no longer be guaranteed. Therefore, all mailboxes should be evacuated from the database and the database should be retired as soon as possible in order to eliminate the potential for unexpected behaviour caused by Exchange-level logical inconsistency.
This event will continue to be emitted once per hour while the database is mounted as an urgent reminder to evacuate and retire the database as soon as possible.
Now, my question is, can I simply move the mailboxes to another database via the New-MoveRequest command and that will restore the integrity of the mailboxes, or do I have to go through this complicated import/export process described in the below link:
Also, I see that .pst files have a file size limit of 50 gb. Are there any size limit on New-MoveRequests or migration of mailboxes in general? For example, one mailbox I want to move is 75 GB - is that OK to do?
Thanks for your help.