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Migrate from On Premises to Cloud

By andyveed ·
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Hello,

We are using exchange server 2010. Planning to migrate our exchange server to the Microsoft cloud.

Would like to know the best way to migrate, any suggestions, guidelines.

Thanks.
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Migrate on-premises Exchange Server to Office 365 cloud

by petergregg851 In reply to Migrate from On Premises ...

For migrations from an existing on-premises Exchange Server environment to Office 365, there are three types of email migrations that can be made from an Exchange Server - Ways to migrate multiple email accounts to Office 365:
https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Ways-to-migrate-multiple-email-accounts-to-Office-365-0a4**3fe-60fb-498f-**55-a86516418842

Here's an article which lets you how to make a smooth move to the cloud: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/gg675925.aspx

You may also get help from this migration solution to accomplish this task easily and efficiently with real time coexistence during migration: http://www.lepide.com/exchangemigrator/office-365-migration.html

Hope this helps!

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Migrate Exchange to Office 365

by ask.deekshanegi In reply to Migrate from On Premises ...

Hi Andy,
The best way to migrate Exchange mailboxes to Office 365 is to use an automated solution that would easily transfer all mailbox items, like, emails, contacts, calendars, tasks & notes from Exchange to Office 365. One tool that does this and provides many other unique features is SysTools Exchange to Office 365 Migration. To know more about this utility, please follow the link below:

https://www.systoolsgroup.com/exchange-to-office365-migrator.html

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by richardlmeyers In reply to Migrate from On Premises ...

Hi
You can migrate from on premises to cloud. When I have some issues regarding migration to cloud platform, I took help from a company which provides cloud solutions for smb and enterprises ( http://www.zycomtec.com/itm-managed-support-services/ ) . It is better you can look for such services so that you can have all the features related to cloud solutions.

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