If you find yourself working with any of the newer Exchange environments you will undoubtedly be working in the Shell a lot more often. Exchange 2013 has some amazing improvements, but at the same time you can still get many tasks completed quicker in the Shell. Many times it is the only way to get the task done as well!Ригели
Mailbox migrations can be done through the Exchange Admin Console but I’m going to be looking at the PowerShell aspect right now. If you already have your migration under way you’re probably going to want to keep an eye on it now. Checking EAC isn’t going to show you much being that it was started in the shell. Open up the Exchange Shell and enter the following command.
Well there is a list of all the moves that are present on the environment. Need some more detail???
That makes for a nice list that generates rather quickly when you want to check up on a migration. Don’t forget to pipe the output to Formal-List if you want to see more properties. There are usually many more properties than what you see on the surface.
Also, don’t forget to always check the TechNet site for more detailed information on any command.