Email Migration Batch Queue

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I have a screenful of batch names, e.g. IMAP_Batch_03464f1d-2b3e-41c0-b418, (last characters removed). We can reverse the sort order back & forth by batch name but as we all know the name is hardly descriptive. Does anyone know a way of doing the sort by something useful like the date?

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Some context might help? You can certainly get all additional batch properties via PowerShell and sort by whichever one makes most sense?