These are some of the program’s windows and options. Browse through this section to get a quick view of the program’s features. To download the trial, go to this page.
This is the main window of the program’s dashboard. Under this tab you will find more information about the job migration status, check what the good or bad news about the migration process is or configure both the source and target server connection.
You can replicate entire mailboxes from on-premises Exchange servers or email-only from platforms that support IMAP (like Google Apps and Lotus Notes). You can also migrate all items between different Office 365 tenants
It is required to establish a connection with the target Office 365 account before the migration begins. The account used for the migration requires certain permissions. If these permissions are missing, the program will assign them automatically.
You can also use an IMAP server as the source of the migration. To do this, type in your IMAP server's address (or choose it from the drop-down menu) and follow the wizard.
At the very end of each connection wizard, a short checklist is generated. It displays the status of all requirements together with some possible hints.
It is required to establish a connection with the target Office 365 account before the migration begins. You need to provide credentials of an account with superadmin's rights.
Before completing the "Target connection wizard" that program will view a pre-migration checklist. It will show you whether you have completed all necessary pre-configuration steps.
This is the first step in the migration job wizard. Here you will i.e. choose the server connection, select users for migration or set up the scheduler.
Specify which users, groups, Organizational Units should be migrated in this particular job. You can also define the scope of your migration using the Email address filter.
You can also define a custom pattern according to which mailboxes will be matched. Your pattern can be composed using several user account AD attributes.
After the auto-matching of the mailboxes, a short status report is displayed. If the program does not find matches for any of the source mailboxes, it will suggest creating them automatically.
The detailed HTML report shows the result of the matching process and informs what actions will be performed. Also included is information about the selected settings of the Automtach option.
The source mailboxes can also be matched with their target equivalents manually at any point before starting the migration.
The migration of mailboxes can also be scheduled to be triggered later on. The built-in Scheduler feature will help you do that.
The settings window will let you adjust the number of concurrent migration processes carried out at a time.
Mailboxes that have been successfully matched are displayed in green in the chart. When all of the desired mailboxes are connected to their target Office 365 accounts, you are ready to press the "Start" button.
You can receive reports on the progress of the migration process by email. The reports can be tailored to your needs.
The reports are also available directly from the program's UI. This one shows the migration progress from a mailbox perspective.