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All the confidential data is stored locally
Installing and using EdbMails on your machine, all the data is stored locally. This means that no one from outside the organization can have access to any of the data without your permission. Even the application log files are stored locally only, unless you voluntarily decide to send them over to EdbMails lab for any troubleshooting purposes.
Automatic reconnect during any intermittent internet connection
With EdbMails you won't have to worry about any intermittent connection issues as it Reconnects automatically and progress the migration. Source / Target server interruption — If a Source / target server experiences an interruption, the source/target network connection is physically broken but both the source and target maintain the connection information. Application Availability source, not being able to communicate with the Availability target server, In this situation EdbMails reestablish the connection and proceeds with the migration.So you no longer have to worry about exchange 2010 to 2016 migration issues like slow migration or connectivity problems.
Live exchange to Live Exchange Migration
EdbMails allows migration of all the mails, calendar items, tasks, contacts etc to your Live Exchange server effortlessly. With EdbMails you can be assured that all your data is incrementally and securely transferred to Live Exchange server without anything being left out. EdbMails also has a simple and intuitive user interface that allows for easy setup and start of the migration process. With EdbMails you can perform Exchange 2010 to 2016 migration public folders included.
Incremental Exchange 2010 to 2016 mailbox migration
Perform incremental migration of your Live Exchange mailboxes / public folders. Let the migration job run in the background. EdbMails lets you to run an incremental migration (also known as a delta migration or an incremental copy) to migrate new items or not migrated items from the Live Exchange server. Initial migration will be always full migration. Incremental migration will avoid duplicate item creation on consecutive migrations. Deleted items from the target server mailbox are re-migrated during consecutive migrations. Achieve rapid migration from Exchange 2010 to 2016 without having to worry about common issues like exchange 2010 to 2016 migration mail stuck in queue when using native techniques. For Incremental migration, you need to migrate specific mailbox from the same computer. With EdbMails you can migrate exchange 2010 to 2016 without downtime and more importantly there is an exchange 2010 to 2016 migration step by step guide for your convenience.
No reliance on third parties
EdbMails is installed directly on the source server and doesn't involve the use of any third party cloud platforms or services during the migration process. With EdbMails, all your data goes directly from source server to the destination server. As there is no third party intermediary involved, all your credentials and important information is safe.
Data Loss Prevention
EdbMails ensures a 1:1 copy of the source mailboxes at the target servers. EdbMails doesn’t modify or omit any data present in the source server. This makes sure that users can continue to access the mailbox data even when the migration is going on. As the data in original mailboxes remain untouched, EdbMails ensures a reliable and risk free migration.
No access to your machine
Using EdbMails does not grant us any access to your machine. However in case you require any assistance, our qualified technicians will be available round the clock and can connect to you remotely over the internet to resolve the issue.
With the EdbMails you can easily access accurate progress of migration operation underway. Once the migration operation is complete, you will also be presented with a comprehensive summary.
Mailbox Automatic Mapping
Application can automatically map source mailboxes to their respective target server for a nearest matching. A time saver, especially when you are migrating a large organization.