Exchange Server Mailbox to Office 365 Migration

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Exchange Server Mailbox to Office 365 migration is not a simple task and very little mistake can hard your migration process. In such a situation Shoviv Exchange Server Suite efficiently migrates your Exchange Mailbox to Office 365 platform as well as Office 365 to Office 365 platform. This tool support all the version of MS Exchange Server and Office 365. This tool support all the exchange Server (Exchange 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016, 2019) migrate to Office 365 platform without any data loss. We recommended our users to first download a free trial version of the software and analyze the software capability before purchasing it.


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mikeduke1290

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You can use the remote move migration wizard in the EAC in the on-premises Exchange organization to move existing user mailboxes from on-premises Exchange to Exchange Online:

In the EAC, go to Office 365 > Recipients > Migration.

Click Add Add Icon, and then select Migrate to Exchange Online.

On the Select a migration type page, select Remote move migration and then click Next.

On the Select the users page, click Add Add Icon and select the on-premises users to move to Microsoft 365 or Office 365 and click Add and then click OK. Click Next.

On the Enter the Windows user account credential page, enter the on-premises administrator account name in the On-premises administrator name text field and enter the associated password for this account in the On-premises administrator password text field. For example, "corp\administrator" and a password. Click Next.

On the Confirm the migration endpoint page, verify that the FQDN of your on-premises Exchange server is listed when the wizard confirms the migration endpoint. For example, "mail.contoso.com". Click Next.

On the Move configuration page, enter a name for the migration batch in the New migration batch name text field. Use the down arrow Down Arrow Icon to select the Target delivery domain for the mailboxes that are migrating to Office 365. In most hybrid deployments, this is the primary SMTP domain used for the Exchange Online organization mailboxes. For example, contoso.mail.onmicrosoft.com. Verify that the Move primary mailbox along with archive mailbox option is selected, and then click Next.

On the Start the batch page, select at least one recipient to receive the batch complete report. Verify that the Automatically start the batch option is selected, and then select the Automatically complete the migration batch check box. Click New.
 

davidboon2813

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Methods to transfer Exchange to Office 365
As discussed, there are two methods for mailbox migration and these are:

Method 1: Export Mailboxes to PST
If you are using Exchange 2007 or older version, then you can use the export-mailbox command or ExMerge utility to export mailboxes to PST. If you are using Exchange 2010 SP1 or above versions, then you can use the New-MailboxExportRequest PowerShell cmdlet to export mailboxes to PST. After exporting mailbox PST, you can easily import PST into Office 365 via Import wizard.
Export Mailbox to PST in Exchange 2010 SP1 and later
Export Mailbox to PST in Exchange 2007

Method 2: Export Mailboxes to Office 365
Following are the ways to migrate Exchange Server mailboxes to Office 365 directly. However, these methods require additional planning, preparation, and permissions.

Cutover Migration: If you want to migrate all mailboxes (less than 2,000 mailboxes) at once, then go for the cutover migration method. It supports Exchange 2003, 2007, 2010, and 2013.
Staged Migration: If you want to migrate mailboxes (more than 2,000 mailboxes) in batches, then go for the staged migration method. It supports Exchange 2003 and 2007.
Hybrid Migration: If you want to migrate mailboxes (150-2,000 mailboxes) in small batches over time, then go for a hybrid migration method. It supports Exchange 2010 and 2013.

I hope these two methods will be useful to transfer exchange to office 365
David Boon
 
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