Exchange Migration Supported scenarios

  • Upgrade Exchange 2007, 2010, 2013 to 2016, 2019
  • Migrate Exchange to Office 365
  • Migrate Exchange Public folder to Office 365
  • Migrate Exchange Public folder to Shared mailboxes
  • On-premise, hybrid, cutover, Hosted Exchange migration
  • Archive / export Exchange 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016, 2019 to Outlook PST

Upgrade Exchange Legacy Server to New Exchange Server

 

Seamlessly migrate from legacy servers to Exchange 2019 or 2016 and Office 365

Exchange to Exchange Online migration

Migrating to Exchange Online or hosted version of Microsoft's Exchange Server is relatively straightforward and simple using EdbMails. Exchange Migration can be performed without bringing down your Exchange server services. EdbMails Exchange migration tool can manage your Personal and Enterprise migration requirements. Read More

Exchange to Exchange Online migration

Exchange to Office 365 Migration

Exchange migration to Office 365

EdbMails Exchange to Office 365 migration is a process in which email messages are migrated from On-premise Exchange mailboxes to Office 365 tenant users. You can migrate entire mailboxes and its items like e-mails, appointments, contacts or tasks etc., to the destination server. EdbMails generates detailed log for the entire migration operation. Read More

Exchange migration speed and throttling management

EdbMails is designed with multi-threading for Exchange migration operations to ensure high performance Exchange migration. It does not impose any limits on mailbox size or items size or migration speed. In addition, EdbMails can automatically manage Exchange Server throttling thereby ensures a successful Exchange migration without any manual interruptions. EdbMails promises a hassle-free, secure Exchange migration with highest level of accuracy and data integrity. Read More

Support for cutover, staged and hybrid migration

Migrate from legacy servers directly to latest Exchange

Migrate from legacy servers directly to Exchange 2019 or 2016

EdbMails Exchange migration tool can perform direct mailbox migrations from Exchange 2003 to 2013, Exchange 2007 to 2016, Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2019 and more. EdbMails supports zero downtime Exchange migration and it ensures the complete migration is executed without any Exchange server service interruptions. You can keep accessing your Exchange server and receive emails etc., as usual during Exchange migration. Read More

Cross-forest and cross-domain scenarios

Coexistence of Exchange 2003 and 2013/2016/2019, 2007 and 2016/2019 or 2010 and 2019 is not possible, hence you can use EdbMails for your cross-forest and cross-domain mailbox migrations. EdbMails Exchange migration tool simplifies the cross-forest and cross-domain mailbox migrations between on-premises Exchange environments. Read More

Cross-forest and cross-domain scenarios

Incremental Exchange migration ensures no duplicates

Incremental migration

EdbMails is designed to perform incremental Exchange migration to ensure that there will not be any duplicate items during repeated Exchange migrations to the same target Exchange / Office 365 tenants. In addition, it ensures that during consecutive Exchange migrations only the newly added items are migrated to your target server thereby saves bandwidth and improves the performance of the Exchange migrations. Read More

Public folder, Shared mailbox migration

EdbMails ease-of-use Public folder migration tool can migrate live Public folders from Exchange to your latest Exchange server or to cloud Office 365. It supports unlimited Public folder migration and mail-enabled public folder migration, Contacts, Calendar to your target server effortlessly from on-premises and hosted Exchange Servers. You can easily migrate your Public folders to Shared mailboxes using EdbMails Exchange migration tool. Read More

Public folders migration

Self-service migration, Personalized live demo

Self Managed Migration

EdbMails enables you to perform self-service migration as it performs complete migration operations automatically. EdbMails is an easy to configure Exchange migration software and can initiate your complex migration project requirements within a few clicks! It provides extensive user guide and it logs Exchange migration operation details for your verification. It provides 24/7 user-friendly technical support and a personalized live demo for FREE of cost. Read More

What we Migrate?

Features included for Exchange migration

Data / settings from source server

Migrate to Office 365

Migrate to Exchange

Archive to PST

Mail Items   
Calendar   
Contacts   
Alias / Distribution Groups   
Tasks   
Notes   
Data Journal   
Public Folders (Unlimited)   
Public Folder Permissions   
Archive Mailboxes (Unlimited)   
Shared Mailbox   
Massive Mailboxes (50 GB+)   
Mailbox Full Access Permission   
Email Categories   
Folder & Calendar Permissions   
Mailboxes (Unlimited)   
Meeting Invite Integrity / Status   
Auto Mapping (Map source and destination mailboxes)   
Incremental Migration (No duplicates)   
Automatic Mailbox creation on target server   
Archive Mailbox migration   
Public folder migration   
Shared folder migration   

Why Exchange Server Migration?

Fast, reliable, Incremental, No-Duplicate Migration

  • Upgrade Exchange Server: Legacy Exchange Servers and Windows Servers on which they run, are no longer supported by Microsoft
  • Secured Exchange Migration: No more bug fixes or security updates from Microsoft, where your data is vulnerable to attacks.
  • Exchange to Office 365 Migration: Migrating to Office 365, you will not have to worry about server maintenance, etc.
  • Exchange Migration Tool: Native Migration tool for Microsoft is complex and time-consuming process
  • On-Premises Exchange Migration: On-premises deployments, data is vulnerable to hardware and software issues.

Exchange Server Migration

FAQ's

Migrate to Live Exchange Server to latest Exchange server / Office 365

  1. How do I do a cutover migration in Exchange using EdbMails?

    Cutover migration moves all mailboxes and data from an source Exchange server to on-premise Exchange server or to a cloud-based (hosted) Exchange server in one go. Click here for the steps to perform cutover migration using EdbMails.

  2. How do I do Hosted Exchange migration using EdbMails?

    Yes. You can migrate from hosted Exchange server to your target server. No need of Admin privileges or rights to migrate the mailboxes, you can connect to the specific mailbox and migrate the data to your target server. There is no limitation for migration, all items and folders will be migrated. Click here for the steps to perform Hosted Exchange migration using EdbMails.

  3. How do I do a staged migration in Exchange using EdbMails?

    EdbMails Exchange staged migration moves mailboxes in batches from source Exchange server to destination on-premise Exchange server or to a cloud-based (hosted) Exchange server. Click here for the steps to perform staged migration using EdbMails

  4. What is hybrid migration? Can EdbMails perform hybrid migration?

    Yes. EdbMails supports hybrid migration. In hybrid migration operation your on-premises Exchange mailboxes are synced with Office 365 and vice-versa. EdbMails migration software will help individual to easily transfer the already existing mailboxes between Exchange Server and Exchange Online / Office 365. Click here for the steps to perform hybrid migration using EdbMails

  5. What is remote move migration office365? Does EdbMails support?

    Yes. EdbMails supports remote move migration office365. In remote move migration, you will move mailboxes from an on-premises Exchange Server (2010 or higher) to Exchange online (hosted) / Office 365. You can also use this in a hybrid deployment, to move mailboxes between the on-premises Exchange and Exchange online (hosted) / Office 365, in either direction.

    Click here for the steps to perform remote migration to Office 365 using EdbMails.

  6. Does EdbMails support Public folder migration?

    Yes. You can migrate the Public folder to your target server public folder or mailboxes using EdbMails. In addition, you can migrate Public folder to the shared mailboxes or to any other mailboxes.

    Click here for the steps to perform Public folder migration using EdbMails.

  7. How do I migrate Public folder to a shared mailbox?

  8. How can I migrate new items from source server to the target server without re-migrating already migrated items?

    Using EdbMails you can migrate only the newly added items from source server to target server. That is, upon completion of the migration process, select the required mailboxes / folders and start the migration operation again. The application will intelligently transfer / migrate only the newly added items by leaving already migrated items there by ensures no duplicates on re-migration.

  9. Does EdbMails migrate duplicate items to the target server on consecutive migrations?

    EdbMails ensures that during consecutive Exchange migrations only the newly added items are migrated to your target server thereby saves bandwidth and improves the performance of the Exchange migrations.

  10. Does EdbMails resume migration operation if there is any intermittent internet connection during migration?

    Yes. If there are any interruptions due to intermittent internet connection etc., either on the source or target server then EdbMails will automatically retry connection and proceed with the Exchange migration operation.

  11. Does EdbMails manage Office 365 or Exchange server throttling during large mailbox / continuous migration?

    Yes. EdbMails is designed to automatically manage Exchange Server / Office 365 throttling during large mailbox / continuous migration, thereby it ensures a successful Exchange migration without any manual interruptions.

  12. Can I perform Public folder migration in the same Active Directory forest?

    No, It is not possible. Exchange Server does not allow you to create the second public folder infrastructure in the same AD forest. Exchange Migration allows you to migrate public folders in a cross-forest migration scenario only.

    In addition, It is also not possible to migrate public folders in a hybrid environment because you cannot have public folders in both on-premises Exchange and Office 365 at the same time.

  13. Does EdbMails deletes or modifies items from the source server during migration?

    No, it doesn't. Exchange Migration accesses the source server data passively, it will not delete or modify any data on your source server.

  14. Can I use my source mailboxes as usual during / after EdbMails Exchange migration?

    Yes. The data on the source server is not modified in any way during migration, and you can keep using the source Exchange server / mailboxes without any limitations.

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