Import PST of mailbox has been queued indefinitely

Hi,
I have issues importing PST files to user mailboxes, the queue never starts, I have tried removing tasks, re-adding tasks, tried different PST files, tried different folder locations for the PST files, tried multiple mail boxes and even restarted the replication
service all to no avail.
I have also waited a long time for them to finish but there is little progress, I can see that one of the users has a few folders and a couple of emails in there archive folders now but there is no report of a percent completed.
Does anyone have any suggestions for me please? In past this has worked on this server, note when it did work I only imported PST files to current user mailbox not archive folders.
Kind Regards
Anthony

Hi,
According to your description, you want import PST file into archive.
If I misunderstand your meaning, please feel free to let me know.
If yes, we can try the above suggestion: add the parameter IsArchive in the command New-MailboxImportRequest.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff607310(v=exchg.150).aspx
Additionally, to narrow down the cause, we can check the event log and find if there is any error.
Thanks,
Angela Shi
TechNet Community Support

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