Take a look at the screenshots below. These pictures show the main windows of the program. To get a better understanding of how the program works, simply download the installer and test CodeTwo Exchange Migration for free!
This is the main window of CodeTwo Exchange Migration. From this place, you can i.e. quickly navigate to all migration jobs, see what the status of the migration process is or define Exchange server and IMAP connections.
CodeTwo Exchange Migration lets you migrate to Exchange 2016, 2013 or 2010 from older Exchange and SBS editions, as well as from servers supporting IMAP like Google Apps, Zimbra or Zarafa (email only).
When preparing a migration from Exchange, the program will ask you to provide the name of a mailbox with Organization Management rights.
To connect to a source IMAP server, provide its address (or select it from the drop down menu) and complete the remaining steps of the connection wizard.
The program goes through a checklist to verify whether the migration will run smoothly. It also suggests possible configuration changes or improvements.
While connecting to a target server, another connection wizard launches to guide you through the process of establishing a connection.
In cross-forest Exchange migrations the program connects with a target server using Exchange Web Services (EWS). In this scenario you need configure the EWS URL of the target server.
Target connection configuration - you will be asked to log in with the Administrator's credentials. The account you use in this step will be also automatically granted impersonation rights in the target location.
In the last step of configuring the connection, the program goes through a checklist to verify whether the migration will run smoothly. It also suggests possible configuration changes or improvements.
You have different options to choose from when adding users to your migration job. There is a possibility to add, e.g. all users, specific AD accounts, groups, OUs or use the Email address filter.
The mailboxes in the target location can be matched with their source equivalents automatically. If you decide not to use the Automatch option, you can select the destination mailboxes manually.
The Automatch option lets you define a custom pattern according to which source mailboxes will be matched with their target equivalents.
The detailed report of auto-matched mailboxes shows, e.g. which mailboxes need to be connected manually before the migration starts.
The built-in Scheduler lets you schedule when the migration is supposed to be triggered during the week.
After connecting to your target server and selecting target mailboxes you are all set for launch! After finishing the migration you can verify each mailbox migration by viewing the report or log files.
It is also possible to monitor the overall migration process using reports. These statistics can also be sent to you by email.