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    Chewie71 is offline Trained Alumni
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    Default zmmboxmove: Explain the -sync option please?

    The zmmboxmove command has a -sync option....and I always use it.....but I don't know why.

    The online documentation is pretty thin. The CLI help just says...

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    -sync,--sync         Run synchronously
    OK great....run synchronously with what? It runs synchronously with other zmmboxmove actions? It runs synchronously and allows the user to stay logged in? It runs synchronously with the 6 o'clock train to Waxamahatchee?

    Can someone shed some light on that. I'm curious if I do or don't need to use that option and what affect it has on the mailbox or server.

    Thanks,
    Matt

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    if you run it in "—sync" the process is going to run in the foregound and not come out till the entire move completes. Without —sync the default is to trigger the command and come out of it i.e give you the prompt back. With —sync no prompt till the command completes.

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    Thanks Reno!

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