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Google Apps Migration for Microsoft Exchange (aka GAMME) works a treat - ALMOST.

I am getting multiple occurrences of error 80041194 in the log but there is no further description and searching the web on this reveals basically nothing.

https://www.google.com/search?q=Google+Apps+Migration+for+Microsoft+Exchange+error+80041194

https://www.google.com/search?q=Google+Apps+Migration+for+Microsoft+Exchange+error%3A80041194

Does anyone know what this error means?

Surely Google should document all errors for such a critical tool in their drive to unseat Microsoft!

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For what it's worth, I was also Googling this error and was frustrated to only find this unanswered forum post.

Then, I clicked to view the error report at the end of the tool (good comprehensive overview of the success/failure status) and learned that it means this:

Reason: GMail has a 25MB message limit and messages larger than this limit will not be uploaded.

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I encounter the same error and find this page: http://www.classthink.com/forums/topic/gamme-gmail-migration-error-8004106b/ In brief: Error:8004106b will be generated under the following circumstances:

  • The message being migrated contains an attachment which is not acceptable to GMail — for example a .exe or .zip file.
  • The message is considered spam by GMail.
  • The message contains an attachment which is over GMail’s 25MB limit.
  • The message plus the attachment is larger than 34MB.
  • Exchange has failed to correctly convert the email to the format required by the GAMME tool.
  • The message is corrupt.
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