How to Use – Kernel Office 365 to Amazon Work Mail?

Kernel Office 365 to Amazon WorkMail is a light-weight tool to migrate Office 365 mailboxes to Amazon WorkMail with accuracy. The tool performs a secure and error-free migration of single and multiple Office 365 mailboxes to Amazon WorkMail. Mailboxes, Archive Mailboxes, and Public folder can be migrated using this tool.

How to perform mailbox migration using Kernel Office 365 to Amazon WorkMail?

Two modes are used by Kernel Office 365 to Amazon WorkMail tool to perform migrations:

Migrate single/archive mailboxes.

To migrate single WorkMail mailbox to Office 365/Exchange (On-premise & hosted), follow the steps as given under:

Step 1:

Launch the Kernel Office 365 to Amazon WorkMail application. Click Add button in Add Source section to add a single Office 365/Exchange account.

Click Add button in Add Source section to add a single Office 365/Exchange account

Step 2:

In Office 365/Exchange login page, input the source credentials of Office 365/ Exchange account –

To add Exchange Server as a source, enter the details:
  • Server name (excluding the domain name)
  • User Login ID (username@domain name)
  • Password
To add Office 365 account as a source, enter the details:
  • Server name (outlook.office365.com)
  • User Login ID (username@domain name)
  • Password

Select the Mailbox/Office 365 Group option and click Add.

Select the Single/Archive Mailbox option

Step 3:

The source mailbox gets added. Now, click the Add button in Add destination section.

Click the Add button in Add destination section

Step 4:

In the Amazon WorkMail Login page, input the destination credentials of the AWS account

To add AWS account as the destination, enter the details:
  • Origin Domain Name (select according to the region of your mailbox)
  • User Email/Login ID
  • Password

After inputting the destination details, select Mailbox/Office 365 Group and click Add.

Select Single/Archive Mailbox and click Add

Step 5:

Now both source and destination get added. Select the required destination mailbox (from the drop-down menu) against each source mailbox (under Mapping of Source and Destination). Finally, click Set Filter and Migrate.

Mapping of Source and Destination

Step 6:

In Migration Type Selection, select Mailbox, Archive Mailbox, or Public Folder. Finally, click Migrate.

Migration Type Selection

NOTE : Mailbox, Archive Mailbox, or Public Folder can be selected at the source as well as destination ends.
Step 7:

In the Filter Selection window, you can provide the required filtering options:

In the end, click I am OK, Start Migration.

Click I am OK, Start Migration

Step 8:

As soon as the migration process finishes, the tool displays a message box reporting that migration has completed. Click OK.

Displays a message box reporting that migration has completed

Step 9:

To verify the migration process, you can save its report in a CSV format.

Save report in a CSV format

NOTE : The summary provides all the details of mailbox folders migrated from Office 365/Exchange to Amazon WorkMail.

Summary provides all the details of mailbox folders migration

Migrate multiple mailboxes (using Administrator account)

Migrating multiple Office 365/Exchange Server mailboxes to Amazon WorkMail is as simple as migrating a single mailbox. For multiple mailbox migration, the user must have administrative accounts (for source and destination) with permissions over all the mailboxes. Just follow the given steps:

Step 1:

Run the Kernel Office 365 to Amazon WorkMail application and click Add in the Add Source section.

Run the Kernel Office 365 to Amazon WorkMail application

Note: To save the time and effort, you can choose to import the account details using a CSV file. First download a sample CSV file, input details and then import the CSV file to the tool. For this, use the buttons Download Sample CSV File and Import form CSV.

Download Sample CSV File and Import form CSV.

Step 2:

In Office 365/ Exchange Login page, input the source (Office 365/Exchange Server) account details having administrative privileges. Select List all Mailboxes using above credentials and click Get User Mailbox(es). Then select the desired mailboxes and click Add.

Select List all Mailboxes using above credentials

Step 3:

The source mailboxes gets added. Now click Add in Add Destination section.

Click Add in Add Destination section

Step 4:

Enter the credentials of the destination Amazon WorkMail account (the account must have permissions over all mailboxes). Then select List all mailboxes using above credentials and click Get User Mailbox(es). Then select the desired mailboxes (where you want to migrate the data). Finally, click the Add button

Select List all mailboxes using above credentials and click Get User Mailbox(es)

Step 5:

Both the Source and Destination get added. Now to map the source mailboxes to the destination mailboxes using the Select drop-down (in Mapping of Source and Destination section). Finally, click Set Filter and Migrate.

Mapping of Source and Destination section

Step 6:

In Migration Type Selection page select an option : Mailbox, Archive Mailbox, or Public Folder.

Select an option : Mailbox, Archive Mailbox, or Public Folder

NOTE : Mailbox, Archive Mailbox, or Public Folder can be selected at the source as well as destination ends.
Step 7:

In the Filter Selection window, you can provide the required filtering:

In the end, click I am OK, Start Migration.

Click I am OK, Start Migration

Step 8:

After a successful migration, the tool provides a message that the process has completed. Click OK.

Displays a message that the process has completed

Step 9:

Click Save report to CSV to get a complete migration report.

Click Save report to CSV

NOTE - Thus, mailboxes get migrated from the Source (Exchange Server/Office 365) to the destination (Amazon WorkMail). The CSV file provides all the details of the migration.

CSV file provides all the details of the migration

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