An easy tool for Exchange server Migration

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An easy tool for Exchange server Migration

Willsondmello
Email communication plays an important role in an organization. If you are looking for an Exchange migration tool then EdbMails is the best option for reliable and risk-free Exchange 2010 to 2016 migration. You can also migrate to recent versions of exchange server from older versions. It is trusted by millions of exchange administrators across the globe because of its proven track record in delivering efficient results.


Exchange Migration


EdbMails for Exchange Server Migration works by accessing all the mailboxes in your source server and then migrating each of those mailbox data to mailboxes on the destination server. With EdbMails, you can easily map all source mailboxes to mailboxes of your liking on the the target server. To achieve migration, EdbMails requires you to give impersonation rights to a exchange server user in both the source and target server. For Exchange server migration supports migration from your Office 365 tenant. Using EdbMails, you can effortlessly migrate from migrate from exchange to office 365 version 2019, 2016, 2013 and 2010. You can directly migrate all your exchange 2003 mailboxes to exchange 2013 with ease. Since Exchange 2013 does not support coexistence with Exchange 2003, you will have to opt for cross forest staged migrations when using native utilities, however EdbMails helps eliminate all this complexity by enabling direct migration from exchange 2003 to 2013. It can migrate all emails, journals, tasks, calendar, contacts, notes, public folder, archive folder from the source server to target Live exchange server. It supports All Non-English Unicode characters. This means that you can migrate your data between source and target servers irrespective of the language. You can try demo. To know more please visit : https://www.edbmails.com/pages/exchange-2010-to-2016-migration.html