Updated On - 15 Oct 2019

3 Simple Methods to Save IMAP Data to PST

Server Migration

Email servers like Gmail, Outlook.com, and Yahoo save data on local systems in OST format when configured with IMAP settings in email clients like Outlook 2010 and later versions. However, OST data is not portable. So, having a backup of this locally stored OST file is highly recommended to ensure the safety of IMAP mailbox…

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Published On - 12 Aug 2019

Best Practice to Move Subsites to Another Site in SharePoint?

Server Migration

There is a manual method by which you can move the entire site or its content to other sites (using the SharePoint admin center). However, this method moves data within your site collection only. Move subsites to another site in SharePoint, Here is how you can move subsites to another SharePoint subsites: Login to SharePoint…

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Updated On - 02 Aug 2019

Disable Autodiscover after Office 365 Migration

Server Migration

“To answer one of the queries related to Autodiscover feature raised by a user after on-premises Exchange to Office 365 migration – this blog is drafted for all those users who are in the same situation.” We are talking about the situation when a user has migrated from on-premises Exchange to Office 365 but has…

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Published On - 01 Aug 2019

How to Track Exchange Server Email Messages?

Server Migration

Exchange Server keeps a record of every email message coming to or going from its mailboxes. It keeps the transaction records in a separate log file which lets you monitor the message flow and get complete details about the mail flow in your Exchange Server. There is a dedicated tool named ‘Delivery Reports’ under the…

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Published On - 09 Jul 2019

Easy Ways to Migrate Google Drive Data to Another Account

Server Migration

Google Drive is an online file storage service provided by Google for all its Gmail users and comes with a free storage space of 15 GB. In Google Drive, you can store, share, create, and edit files in the cloud. The free storage space is divided amongst three services – Gmail, Google Photos, and Google…

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Updated On - 01 Aug 2019

A Simple Guide for SharePoint to SharePoint Migration

Server Migration

The latest version of SharePoint 2019 has brought many features like support for large files, modern design for sites and page layouts, faster site creation, integration with features like PowerApps, Power BI and MS Flow, etc. Now, if you are planning to upgrade to the latest SharePoint and searching for the best migration method, then…

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Updated On - 13 Aug 2019

How to Add New Domain to Office 365 Account?

Server Migration

After you have set up Office 365 and want to move your data to it, you need to have a proper domain name. Here, we will go through the detailed process to add a new domain name to Office 365 and the various factors which we should know about them. Here is the process to…

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Updated On - 04 Oct 2019

Office 365 Pre & Post Migration Checklist

Server Migration

The manual migration of On-Premises Exchange to Office 365 is not a simple task to perform. Each step is crucial, and so one needs care and expertise to accomplish such migration. This blog is drafted for discussing the necessary pre and post Office 365 migration checklist to help users in performing accurate migration without any…

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Updated On - 13 Aug 2019

Office 365 Shared Mailbox not Showing in Outlook

Server Migration

In recent years, the migration from the on-premises Exchange environment to Office 365 or cloud environment has become a trend, and many organizations are migrating their data completely to the Cloud. Generally, the transfer is quite smooth, and there are no significant hurdles which interrupt the process and stop it. Sometimes it happens that the…

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Published On - 13 Jun 2019

How to Manage Exchange Mailbox Sizes?

Server Migration

The size of an Exchange mailbox keeps growing with the inflow of messages/ message attachments, and the addition of contacts, notes, calendar entries, and so on. Gradually, the size of the mailbox reaches a saturation point where it becomes difficult for users to manage extensive data. It not only affects the performance of Exchange but…

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