Overview

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CodeTwo Exchange Migration lets you migrate your company's mailboxes and public folders located on on-premises Exchange servers (all versions are supported) or in Office 365. The program works equally great for migrating items within the same organization and cross forest.

The software processes migration tasks individually, as migration jobs. You can create multiple jobs and configure them (e.g. schedule time frames when they will be executed) via the program's Administration Panel.

Installation of the software is easy and straightforward.

Who is the program for?

The program was designed to help administrators in migrations, for example when they upgrade their Exchange environment.

The number of supported scenarios lets you migrate not only to new domains and forests, but also within the same organization. Furthermore, you can migrate virtually all available on-premises servers as well as Office 365. And yes, we do support migration of Windows Small Business Server.

How does the program work?

Depending on your migration scenario, the program is installed in a source server domain (migrations from Exchange), on a target server (migrations from Office 365) or on a machine with a connection to both the source and the target environment (migrations from other servers). There are no additional agents installed. The software accesses your source server mailboxes through a MAPI profile, Exchange Web Services (EWS) or IMAP, reads their contents, and copies specified items to target server mailboxes via EWS in one hop.

Learn more on how the program's components work and what permissions are required to install.

Key features

What makes CodeTwo Exchange Migration exceptional? Here are the program's essential features:

  • Wide range of Migration Scenarios
     
    • Cross-forest and cross-domain migration
    • Migration within the same organization
    • Direct migration from Exchange 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013 and 2016
    • Direct migration from Office 365 (Exchange Online)
    • Direct migration from Windows Small Business Server 2003, 2008 and 2011
    • Direct migration from other server types via IMAP (emails only)

      Check the list of supported systems and Exchange Server versions, supported scenarios and environments.

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    If you want to migrate to Office 365, check out CodeTwo Office 365 Migration.

  • Multiple jobs configuration

    The new architecture of the program features jobs. Thanks to this solution, you can prepare multiple migrations at once and then execute them one by one or use the built-in scheduler to do that for you.

  • Full control over migrated data

    The software allows you to filter items included in the migration process according to their type (folder filter) and modification dates (time filter).

    Check the list of useful options and settings

  • Two types of database migration

    The program supports migration of mailboxes and public folders. After the migration process, both the source mailboxes' and public folders' content and structure are copied and recreated on the target server.

  • Migration safety

    The software accesses source server data passively, which means that no data is deleted or modified on your source server. Furthermore, the program does not need any intermediary agents installed on third-party servers - it just copies files from a source to a chosen target environment, without storing any data.

  • Detailed reports

    You can generate a report for all migrations, a single job, or even a particular mailbox, anytime. You may also set the application to send those reports via email. 

  • Brand new UI

    Completely rebuilt User Interface (UI) allows you to perform all tasks in a more convenient way than ever before. The state of any migration can be easily checked on the Dashboard, from which you can jump to all crucial components of the program immediately.

  • Diagnostic data

    The program collects diagnostic data. This data can be checked during or after a migration process. The diagnostic data can be reviewed in:

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Frequently Asked Questions

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