Updated On - 24 Mar 2022

Steps to Export Exchange 2010 Mailboxes to PST

Email Migration

The Exchange Administrator must export the Exchange mailboxes to some offline PST file to follow some compliance standards of their business. Another reason can be to take backup of their account to keep them protected. For a novice user of Exchange Server 2010, it requires lots of preparation and prerequisites to complete the export process….

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Updated On - 12 Apr 2022

How to Export Microsoft 365 Distribution Group Members To CSV?

Email Migration

When the data in Microsoft 365 mailboxes increases in size substantially, the user is bound to take a backup of the data. The administrator can also take the backup of associated accounts. Office 365 (Exchange Online) also has a feature called Microsoft 365 Groups which saves some crucial data, and the user must take a…

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Updated On - 19 May 2022

Ways to Extract Exchange Mailbox Data from EDB to PST

Email Migration

Microsoft Exchange Server is an essential mail server for organizations to manage day-to-day emailing and other organizational activities. All the Exchange mailboxes and items such as emails, contacts, calendars, and notes are stored in EDB file format. So, the EDB files are very crucial for the functioning of the server. The Exchange Administrator can create…

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Updated On - 06 Apr 2022

How to Sync Gmail with MS Outlook?

Email Migration

Have you ever used Microsoft Outlook desktop client and liked it so much that you can’t think of any other email app or web interface? Microsoft’s Outlook desktop client is one remarkable gift for PC users from the company. The desktop client boasts of a simple yet intuitive UI. It helps you manage emails, contacts,…

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Updated On - 31 Jan 2022

How to Migrate Public Folders to Office 365 Groups?

Email Migration

Exchange to Office 365 migration is a tough task and Microsoft provides various types of migration methods like cutover, staged, and hybrid migration. Each method is dedicated to different versions of Exchange and the number of supported mailbox migration is different too. But one common thing between the methods is that they require to create…

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