Kernel Import PST to Office 365 is the best solution when you want to import PST files to Office 365, Exchange (both on-premises & hosted). The tool allows you to import PST files to single/multiple Exchange or Office 365 mailboxes simultaneously.
Kernel Import PST to Office 365 tool is useful for Office 365/Exchange end users as well as administrators as it supports migration to single or multiple mailboxes of the destination.
Any Office 365/Exchange user can import PST or OST files into his mailbox using this option.
Launch the Kernel Import PST to Office 365 tool. Click the Add button in the Add Source section.
Browse and select the desired PST or OST file(s). The selected file(s) will be added under the Source PST/OST files section of the software.
Now, click the Add button in the Add Destination section.
It will open the Office 365/Exchange login window. Here you have three destinations options:
Now, select Single/Archive Mailbox, and click Add.
Note: If your email address is different from the Mailbox Login ID (UPN) in the Active Directory, then you need to enter the email address as well.
Note: Here, we are showing the migration to Office 365. The procedure is same for all migrations.
The source (PST/OST file) and destination (Exchange/Office 365) gets added.
To map the PST/OST file to the Exchange/Office 365 mailbox, select the required mailbox under the Mailboxes section (under Mapping of Source and Destination). Then click the option Set Filter and Migrate.
Note: Now, you can add or remove PST files, Office 365 mailboxes, or mapped Office 365 mailboxes using the Add, Remove Selected, or Remove All buttons.
In the?Migration Type Selection?dialogue box, select desired destination option ??Mailbox, Archive Mailbox, or?Public Folder?and select?Migrate.
Note: The Archive Mailbox option will appear only if archiving has been enabled for the mailbox.
In the Filter Selection window, choose the filtering options as required:
Finally click I am OK, Start Migration.
As soon as the migration process finishes, a Process Completed window appears. Click OK to finalize the process.
Note: To save the migration report, select Save report to CSV.
Using an Office 365/Exchange account with Global administrator credentials, you can import PST files into multiple Office 365 mailboxes.
Launch the Kernel Import PST to Office 365 and click the?Add?button (in the?Add Source?section).
Browse and select the desired PST or OST file(s).
Now, click the?Add?button (in the?Add Destination?section).
In the?Office 365/Exchange Login Sign in?window, enter the login credentials of Office 365 account or Exchange (hosted/on-premises) account, whichever is required. Select?List all Mailboxes using above credentials?click?Get User Mailbox(es).
Note:?To migrate to multiple mailboxes, you should use an Exchange/Office 365 account with Global administrator credentials.
When all the mailboxes are displayed, select the required mailboxes and click?Add.
To map the PST/OST file to the Office 365 mailbox, select the required Office 365 mailboxes against the PST files. Then click the option?Set Filter and Migrate.
In?Migration Type Selection?dialogue box, select desired destination option ??Mailbox, Archive Mailbox, or?Public Folder?and select?Migrate.
In the?Filter Selection?window, provide the required filtering options:
Then, click I am OK, Start Migration.
When the?Process Completed?window appears, click?OK?to finalize the process.
Note:?To save the report, click?Save report to CSV. Provide a new name and save it.
You can import PST files to multiple Office 365 mailboxes with the help of a CSV file.
Launch the Kernel Import PST to Office 365. Click?Download Sample CSV File?and download the sample CSV file.
Enter the details in the sample CSV file ? Source PST File(s), Destination Mailbox, Login account, and password.
Now, click Import from CSV (see the diagram in Step 1). Browse and select the CSV file (with the details of PST files and Office 365/Exchange mailboxes).
When the PST files and Office 365 mailboxes are displayed, map the PST/OST file to the Office 365 mailbox and proceed (for this, go to the steps 6 of Importing PST files to a multiple Office 365/Exchange mailbox)