CodeTwo Office 365 Migration – Migrate Exchange to Office 365 easily

As Microsoft Cloud services are becoming more and more popular these days, many companies consider moving their employees’ mailboxes to Office 365. Although Microsoft has provided server administrators with some basic tools and documentation, Exchange to Office 365 migration is still not an easy thing to do. Things can get a lot easier when you are equipped with a proper migration tool. If you are right about to move your Exchange Server organization to the Cloud, CodeTwo Office 365 Migration will help you make the entire operation faster, less complicated and much cheaper than you initially thought.

Seamless migration from Exchange Server to Office 365

The primary task of CodeTwo Office 365 Migration is to simplify the process of migrating users from on-premises Exchange Server to Office 365. The program was designed to be as simple to use as possible and to reduce the amount of pre-configuration tasks to minimum. Thanks to the smooth and clear user’s interface every necessary option is easily accessible directly from the program’s windows – no PowerShell commands are needed anymore.

After installing the application and connecting it to the source Active Directory domain, the mailboxes are displayed along with connection settings and status indicators. Every option is easily reachable.

The main window of the program

Migrating from Exchange to Office 365 with CodeTwo Office 365 Migration is really simple. Before starting the migration process, you need to establish a connection with the target Office 365 organization and choose the target mailbox in the Cloud for each user you are going to move.

Connecting to Office 365

When the location for each user’s mailbox is chosen you can launch your migration. While migrating your Exchange Server to Office 365 the program will carry out a maximum of 4 processes at a time. The total time of your migration is dependent on the quality of the Internet connection you use.

Migrating Exchange to Office 365

Data security and detailed reporting

With CodeTwo Office 365 Migration there’s no risk of losing any sort of data during the migration. The program doesn’t actually move the mailbox from the source server but creates an exact copy of it in the Cloud. The administrator can verify the result of the migration in detail before the final transition is made. No data is deleted by the program at any point. What’s more, each mailbox migration can be reviewed by checking the log files that are generated immediately after the migration finishes. Every problem can be easily identified and solved.

Migrate from Exchange 2003, 2007 and 2010

CodeTwo Office 365 Migration allows for migrating from Exchange Server 2003, 2007 and 2010. At the same time the program keeps the entire process equally simple, no matter which Exchange Server edition is used as the source of your Office 365 migration. The program also fully supports direct migrations from Exchange 2003 – see the video below:

Get it completely free!

All the benefits of using CodeTwo Office 365 Migration are available completely at no cost, provided that you have an active Office 365 subscription and are willing to perform a few simple steps described here. Participating in this program won’t cost you anything and will let us get paid for our work by Microsoft, as your Partner of Record.

Before you make a decision you can also try out the trial version of CodeTwo Office 365 Migration. Simply download the installer and test the program completely free of charge. The trial version has some limitations though. During the trial period you are only allowed to migrate 10 items per given folder. The trial version remains active for 30 days.

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