Migrate Live Exchange Public folder to Office 365
Exchange Public Folder migration to Office 365 will migrate all the Live Exchange Public Folder data to Office 365 or Exchange online. You can also map Exchange Public Folder mailbox to Office 365 using EdbMails.
Incremental Migration of public folders office 365
Incremental Public folder migration to Office 365 from Exchange server is supported by EdbMails. What this means is that the first migration will always be a full migration, however, successive migrations from the same computer will only migrate the newly added items to the target public folder mailbox. This not only helps save time and bandwidth but also ensures no duplicates in the mailboxes.
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 progresses 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 tries to re-establish the connection and proceeds with the migration.
EdbMails keeps track of the ongoing migration operation for you. You can also see the progress live on screen. The application also keeps a log of every activity being performed, which makes troubleshooting rather easy if any unforeseen scenario arises.
The migration performed with EdbMails will always be a 1:1 copy of your exchange public folder mailbox data in target Office 365 public folder. What is means is that all the source Public folder items such as calendar, contacts, mails, messages, journals, notes etc. will be present in the destination Office 365 tenant without anything being left out.
EdbMails for Exchange Public folder migration to Office 365 has no impact whatsoever on the user mailboxes. Thus, you can run the migration project in the background with no impact on the end-users and their workflow routines.
Extensive Exchange version support
Migrate Exchange public folders to office 365 from any version of the Exchange server as EdbMails has built in support for most Live Exchange server iterations including the legacy ones.