Updated On - 09 Jul 2021

How to Migrate IMAP Emails to Office 365?

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Let’s face it, moving to Office 365 has become crucial for organizations not only for better productivity but also for improved security. But, migrating emails and contacts from IMAP clients to Office 365 is a bit challenging, as the steps involved in it requires complete knowledge of both the platforms, and you must be aware…

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Updated On - 09 Jul 2021

Migrate GoDaddy IMAP Mailboxes to Office 365

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The flexibility of the IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol) makes it the most useful email protocol that allows you to access your emails from any device or location. The presence of the emails on the webserver helps the user not to remain dependent on a single platform. Also, with IMAP all the email, contacts, and…

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Updated On - 19 Mar 2021

How to get out of “Office 365 messages stuck in Outbox” state?

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The Microsoft 365 account is managed in the Outlook application to send/receive emails. The new emails are in the inbox, and the sent emails are in the Sent Items folder. Sometimes, when there is a problem in the email server, then the sent emails are not in the Sent Items folder, but they are stuck…

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Updated On - 13 Jul 2021

Avoid these Most Common Office 365 Deployment Mistakes

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Are you also a fan of the Office 365 platform? Then, at one point, you might find that Office 365 is the right choice for your organization, but that is not the only decision to make when migrating data to Office 365. A good amount of preparation and strategy is needed to perform any kind…

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Updated On - 29 Dec 2020

Guide to Track User Activity in Microsoft 365

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If you’re worried about whether your employees are giving their 100% or not during their work hours, then the best way to find out is tracking employees’ activity. But, is it really beneficial to track user’s activity in an organization? We believe tracking your employee’s activities allow you to check you’re your employees are up…

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