Currently there is no easy built in way to reset mailbox folder permissions to their default values. Over time it can be really challenging managing those permission, because users can always change those permissions...
Similar to Recover Deleted Items and Quotas, SIR should be a property of the Mailbox DB. Hence it would be inherited by all mailboxes in the database and we no longer have to enable it per mailbox.
Realtime status and statistic reporting on Mailbox moves and PST import/export preferably in EAC.
Currently there is a very basic EAC alert and Mail report possible with PST im/ex, but it only reports completion or fails. You then have to use several cmdlets in the shell in order to find out what the cause was.
Basically more like the Staged/Cutover migration information in the Recipients>Migration pane in EAC.
Request to have size of mailbox and database name displayed in the mailboxes windows of the EAC.
Max Concurrent connections to a PFMBX is 2,000.
automated load balancing by current algorithm is v.poor implementation for global environments.
Implement functionality of a Public Folder Mailbox Allocation Policy to refine algorithm to ensure PFMBX > Policy > Users and that this strictly obeyed.
ps document the algorithm in depth.
Would be nice to have another tier capabliity in handling messages. Being able to pull data out of an Archive Mailbox to Enterprise Vault or other 3rd party same as a user mailbox would be ideal