Automatically create database redirect on servers on-site after mail file is moved to SmartCloud 

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: David Hablewitz15116 30 Aug 2014
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The SmartCloud migration process should create database redirects on the on-site servers as mail files are moved from on-site to SmartCloud.
Currently when a user is migrated from on-site to SmartCloud, it posts an AdminP request to delete the mail file on-site.  But delegates will have calendar overlays or bookmarks to those mail files on-site and they do not get updated automatically when the mail file is moved to SmartCloud.
This could be fixed if database redirects were created when the mail file is deleted.  However, the redirects can only be created in the administrator client by manually deleting the databases one-by-one.  If the admin just approves the database deletions posted in AdminP, then the delegates' links simply don't work. It does not remap them.  Even worse is that until the database on-site is deleted, the delegate will continue to access it with no indication that database is no longer being updated.
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