Published On - 08 Jan 2021

Migrate Data from OneDrive for Business Tenant to Another

Server Migration

Tenant to tenant OneDrive for Business migrations are usually needed when a company merges with another, splits, or acquires another company. But the tenant to tenant migration of OneDrive for Business data seems quite complex and technical with long steps and PowerShell scripts. It is also a time-taking procedure and not suited for users who…

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Updated On - 08 Jan 2021

How to perform quick and easy OneDrive to OneDrive migration?

Server Migration

OneDrive for work or school is an enterprise-level storage platform that is available as stand-alone or with Office 365 subscription. In addition to making enterprise data available from anywhere, it provides business-centric features like permission-settings for files, data encryption, and even data loss protection. Simply, it provides more control over the enterprise data. OneDrive for…

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Published On - 04 Jan 2021

Office 365 Migration Failed; The Recipient is Not a Mailbox

Server Migration

A business organization can use the Exchange Server as its email server with multiple deployment options – Exchange Server on-premises, Exchange Online, and Hybrid Exchange. Normal users will not feel any difference in their services as they can easily communicate with their clients and colleagues. The Exchange administrator who manages all the user mailboxes can…

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Updated On - 29 Dec 2020

How to Publish an Exchange 2016 Calendar via OWA?

Server Migration

Exchange calendars is accessible to users in the organization using OWA or Outlook application. But there are situations where information like future meetings and events needed to be shared to users or clients outside the organization. Without sharing this information, the organization has to go through multiple tasks like individual invites, bulk emailing, etc. Sometimes…

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Published On - 04 May 2020

How to check email queue in Exchange Server 2016/2019?

Server Migration

As we know, a huge volume of email messages flow in and out of an Exchange Server in every organization. And such an email flow can be monitored well using an inbuilt utility provided by Microsoft – Queue Viewer (available in Exchange Server 2016 and 2019). Using this utility, Exchange administrator can check messages in…

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