Updated On - 30 Oct 2019

How to Migrate Public Folders to Office 365 Groups?

Email Migration

When we talk about migration of Exchange mailboxes to Office 365, then there are multiple methods like cutover, staged, and hybrid migration. If you have used any of these methods, then you must be aware that all these methods require creating a batch of the mailboxes in a CSV file, configuring the Exchange settings for…

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Updated On - 13 Feb 2020

Free Methods to Convert Exchange EDB to PST File

Email Migration

In an earlier version of Exchange Server like Microsoft Exchange 2007, there were storage groups where the user mailboxes were saved. You could easily create a backup for storage groups and keep them. But after Microsoft Exchange 2010, the storage group were replaced with databases, that’s why it becomes complicated to maintain a brick-level backup…

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Updated On - 27 Dec 2019

Convert a Distribution Group to a Shared Mailbox

Email Migration

The need for the conversion of a distribution Group to a shared mailbox arises in various situations. Before starting the conversion, let’s discuss a little about distribution group and shared mailbox. Distribution Group A distribution group is the mail-enabled Active Directory group used to send messages to multiple users. Though a distribution group has a…

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Updated On - 17 Feb 2020

How to Import PST Files to Office 365 Using the Drive Shipping Method?

Email Migration

Migrating PST files to Office 365 mailboxes is one of the most complicated tasks. But, Office 365 import service made it easier for users to import their PST files to Office 365 mailboxes. You can access the import service in Security & Compliance Center of Office 365 to quickly bulk-import PST files to Office 365/Exchange…

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Updated On - 22 Jan 2020

Migrate from On-premises Exchange to Hosted Exchange Quickly

Email Migration

Many organizations prefer hosted Exchange over on-premises installation for their emailing requirements. This is primarily due to convenience and cost considerations. On-premises Exchange Server deployment is complicated and expensive. While considering installation and infrastructure costs, hosted Exchange is simple as it is subscription based. Also, it doesn’t require initial investments or experienced engineers for the…

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