MessageOps Office 365 Exchange Migrator gives administrators the ability to perform several types of migrations to and from Office 365. The supported scenarios are:
- PST Import to Office 365 Mailbox
- PST Export from Office 365
- On Premise Public Folder to Office 365 mailbox migration (not Office 365 Public Folders…we are working on that functionality)
- On Premise Exchange mailbox to Office 365 mailbox migration
When migrating to Office 365, you can choose to have the data imported into the user’s mailbox or archive. When exporting, you can export the mailbox and archive.
MessageOps Office 365 Exchange Migrator connects to the local Exchange servers using MAPI, so there is no need to enable RPC over HTTP, which the native migration tools from Microsoft require.
- Outlook 2007, 2010, or 2013
- PowerShell 2.0
- The Office 365 Administrator account specified must have a mailbox
- Office 365 Kiosk Mailboxes cannot be used as a target mailbox
MessageOps Office 365 Exchange Migrator gives you the ability to import Public Folder data into Shared Mailboxes in Office 365. Before attempting to import Public Folders into Office 365, ensure you have an account which has access to the Public Folders.
To begin the migration, select the From On Premise Public Folder Tree option.
Next you must provide the following information.
When migrating from Exchange 2000 or 2003, the Exchange Server should be the server that the mailboxes reside on. When migrating from Exchange 2007 or 2010 the Exchange Server should be a Client Access Server.
The Username specified must have full access to the mailboxes being migrated. The domain is the Active Directory name name the account is in and the Password is the Active Directory Password.
Next enter your Administrator Credentials for Office 365. This account must have a mailbox.
The next screen allows you to select the Public Folders that will be migrated to the Office 365 mailboxes.
Click the Select Folder Button to bring up a list of Public Folders
Select the folder you wish to copy and click OK.
You must then select which mailbox you want to copy the Public Folder data to. Click the Select Mailbox button and select the Mailbox. Then click the Add to Import Queue button to add the folder to the import queue. Repeat the procedure if you have more folders to import.
Click the Start Import button to begin the import.
Common Issues and Questions
The preferred payment method is to designate MessageOps as your Partner. The process is detailed on the Setting MessageOps as your Partner page. This doesn’t cost you anything and allows MessageOps to be paid by Microsoft. Once MessageOps is set as your partner, follow this link and request a license key.
If you do not want to set MessageOps as your Partner, the Exchange Migrator can be purchased directly from the MessageOps Store. Pricing is based on the number of mailboxes in your Office 365 subscription/tenant, and is licensed and supported on a per year basis.
- 1-100 Mailboxes – $99
- 101-300 Mailboxes – $199
- 301-500 Mailboxes – $299
- 501-1000 Mailboxes – $499
- 1001-5000 Mailboxes – $999
- 5001+ Mailboxes – $1999
The Exchange Migrator can be ordered through the MessageOps Store. Before ordering we recommend you download a trial version to make sure it fits your organizations needs.