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Updated On - 29 Apr 2020

Why you should use an Office 365 Migration tool?

Server Migration

Today the number of organizations moving to Office 365 is much higher than ever before. The Exchange Online in Office 365 removes the need for investment in infrastructure for Exchange Server. It also avoids the need for an on-site Exchange Administrator and further costs associated with it. But, if you ask anyone who has migrated…

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Updated On - 05 May 2020

How to Do Cutover and Minimal Hybrid Migrations to Office 365?

Server Migration

When you decide to move from on-premises Exchange Server to Office 365, then you must be aware that there are multiple migration methods which are available to you. But each technique has separate benefits, and limitations. If you are using the latest versions like Exchange Server 2013, 2016, and 2019, then you can opt the…

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Updated On - 06 May 2020

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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Updated On - 05 May 2020

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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