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Mailbox migration - 1.Jul.2015 10:39:54 AM   


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Has anybody have experience in planning a mailbox move (Outlook 2010 to Office 365). Our company is planning to move to Office 365, but not sure on how much mail should be in a uses mailbox before the move, etc, etc.

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RE: Mailbox migration - 2.Jul.2015 6:22:07 AM   


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I would like share http://tinyurl.com/ngohqy6 that can easily and smartly extracts all data and interrelated information from corrupt Exchange EDB and then swiftly recovers it into safe Outlook PST file format. This Software supports all Exchange EDB file versions 5.0, 5.5, 2000, 2003, 2007, and 2010. It also maintains original message formats such as TXT, HTML, and RTF. This EDB Recovery to PST tool is compatible with all MS Outlook (PST) versions up to 2013 (32 and 64 bit).

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RE: Mailbox migration - 21.Jul.2015 3:54:20 AM   
jozef grossmann


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Dear ,

let me introduce our great application named Mailbox Shuttle from QUADROtech IT that meets your requirement

I think that by MS you can easily schedule migration of all your mailboxes from Exchange2010 to O365.
If you have some question don't hesitate to ask me

regards, jozef

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RE: Mailbox migration - 27.Nov.2015 3:22:38 AM   


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Hey Try this:

1. Start Active Directory Users and Computers.
2. Click View, and then click to enable Advanced Features.
3. Right-click the object where you want to change the Exchange Server permissions, and then click Properties.
4.Note You can change permissions against a user, an organizational unit, or a domain.
5.On the Security tab, click Advanced.
6.Click Add, type Exchange Servers, and then click OK.
7. In the Apply to box, click Descendant msExchActiveSyncDevices objects.
8. Under Permissions, click to enable Modify Permissions.
9. Click OK three times.
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