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mailbox migration issues routing address missing ???

I have 2 trouble mailboxes that will not migrate to exchange online for the life of me.... . i keep getting "Synced with Errors" message when trying to run the migration batch .the error says that the custom Microsoft domain/o365 routing address is missing from the mailbox i am trying to migrate .
I have gone into "attribute editor" and added and checked numerous times that the routing address does indeed exist and is present .
i have run numerous delta sync and initial sync but still getting the same error .
What can i do here? Check my screen shot . Cleary the routing address is present .

The target mailbox doesn‎'t have an SMTP proxy matching ‎'domain.mail.onmicrosoft.com‎'.

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AndyDavid answered ·

Thats not a valid SMTP Address

Should be info2@domain.mail.onmicrosoft.com

You have two "@" in there.



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JasonGodfrey-5248 answered ·

here is the error74996-2021-03-05-23-47-19.png from exchange online .



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JasonGodfrey-5248 answered ·

well that was a dumb mistake !! DOH

thanks,

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no problem! If you could, please accept an answer so this can be closed up. Thanks!

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