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Updated On - 05 May 2020

Methods to Migrate Multiple Email Accounts to Office 365

Server Migration

Microsoft Office 365 is one of the most valuable platforms for organizations as it provides a subscription-based emailing system without any initial investment on infrastructure. When it comes to adopting this cloud platform, there are different ways to migrate existing emails to Office 365 mailboxes. Using these methods, administrators can migrate mailboxes from Exchange Server…

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Updated On - 06 May 2020

Hybrid Migration Method to Migrate Exchange to Office 365

Server Migration

The hybrid migration method facilitates to migrate Exchange mailboxes to Office 365 or migrate from Live Exchange Server to Office 365. Using this approach, organizations can migrate existing mailboxes rather than importing user information to new mailboxes. To execute a remote mailbox move request, you can use migration batches. Before proceeding with the migration, users…

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Updated On - 06 May 2020

Batch migration of Exchange mailboxes using CSV file

Server Migration

Many times, Exchange administrators have to move mailboxes in bulk to a different database. Manually moving them would be a difficult task. So, you need a different approach to migrate multiple mailboxes. That is why you need to perform a batch migration. Batch migration involves the use of a CSV file containing both the source…

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Updated On - 04 Jun 2020

Office 365 Tenant to Tenant Migration Step by Step Guide

Server Migration

Sometimes Office 365 administrators need to migrate mailboxes from one tenant to another, but they don’t find any suitable ways for it. Though there are some manual approaches, they are very complex, and you won’t be able to perform it without proper guidance and technical knowledge. Many queries related to this can be found in…

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Updated On - 17 Feb 2020

How can I migrate archive mailboxes from Exchange 2010 to 2016?

Server Migration

If you are using Exchange 2010, then you are missing many advantages of Exchange 2013, 2016 or the latest 2019. Soon, 2010 Exchange Server will be outdated, and Microsoft will stop providing updates and support for this version. If you want to keep your platform up to date, then you should either move to Exchange…

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