Monitor Work from Home Employees with Employee Desktop Live Viewer

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Updated On - 24 Oct 2019

‘Mailbox is locked’ – Office 365 Sync Fails after Migration

Email Migration

While migrating Exchange mailbox from one database to another, the Exchange Administrator does not need to sync the data to each folder, but Exchange Server does it automatically. But occasionally you may have to face some error related to the syncing of a mailbox. One such error is following – Couldn’t switch the mailbox into…

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Updated On - 03 Jan 2020

Import Lotus Notes to Outlook 2019/2016/2013

Email Migration

When there is a need for Lotus Notes to Outlook migration, it is necessary to convert NSF files to PST, as both these database files (NSF and PST) can be accessed on their respective email clients only. The organizations may find Outlook application more useful to work with because of its flexibility, features, and compatibility…

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Updated On - 06 Feb 2020

Ways to Import MBOX to Outlook 2019

Email Migration

More than 20 email clients for desktop (and some for mobile) supports MBOX file format to store mailbox data including emails, attachments, etc. But when we think of a robust and feature-rich experience, Microsoft’s Outlook 2016 & 2019 comes at the top. Outlook 2016 & 2019 is quite simple to use and comes with a…

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Updated On - 21 Feb 2020

Import MBOX Emails to Outlook Office 365?

Email Migration

You want to access your MBOX emails via Outlook Office 365, but unable to find a tool that is reliable and easy to use? Then don’t look anymore! We have created this blog to help you understand how you can import MBOX to Outlook Office 365. I hope you know what Office 365 Outlook is…

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Updated On - 25 Oct 2019

How to Move Exchange 2016 Mailbox Database to a New Partition or Drive?

Email Migration

When Exchange administrators install a new version of Exchange Server, it also creates a new database by default. The location of the Exchange database is at the default C drive partition and in a separate folder. When the size of the database grows, and it becomes tricky to manage it, then the user should move…

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