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Re: Moving from Kerio Connect Email to Office 365 [message #145832 is a reply to message #144997] Wed, 22 May 2019 00:30 Go to previous messageGo to next message
travisdcc is currently offline  travisdcc
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stevecsi,

Do you have any details on the back end tweak that needs to be done?

Thanks.
Re: Moving from Kerio Connect Email to Office 365 [message #146516 is a reply to message #144306] Fri, 30 August 2019 20:29 Go to previous messageGo to next message
AdrianG001 is currently offline  AdrianG001
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O365 has IMAP email migration tools built in to the basic product. This will migrate your email reasonably easily. You will need to export the contacts and calendars to local files for each mailbox and then reimport them using Outlook. You will need to get out Excel and do the cost calculations of fully automated tool vs. man hours for manual migration of contacts and calendars. You could probably get a small project team together to do the contact and calendar export/import.

Another option is using Microsoft Fasttrack, if you have more than 150 users to migrate. They may have some good advice.



Regards,
Adrian
Re: Moving from Kerio Connect Email to Office 365 [message #146694 is a reply to message #146516] Sat, 28 September 2019 11:03 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bartel is currently offline  Bartel
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Registered: September 2019
Hey All Smile

Maybe a little off-topic - but it seems like there is a lot of experience in this thread Smile

I'm using the basic imap migration tool in office365 - I'm trying to use a csv file.
I have tried the 3 examples from docs.microsoft.com/da-dk/office365/enterprise/powershell/use -powershell-to-perform-an-imap-migration-to-office-365?redir ectedfrom=MSDN

But none of them seems to work correctly, does anyone know what the correct way is for a CSV when trying to migrate from kerio imap to office365 (with the build-in imap migration tool in office365?)

Best Regards
Lars
Re: Moving from Kerio Connect Email to Office 365 [message #146702 is a reply to message #146694] Mon, 30 September 2019 10:45 Go to previous messageGo to next message
gilsan is currently offline  gilsan
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Registered: April 2019
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Hi Lars,

I just recently successfully migrated 100+ users with the built in imap-migration tool!

the .cvs looks as follows:

EmailAddress,UserName,Password
firstname.lastname<_at_>domain.com,keriousername,keriopassword
firstname.lastname<_at_>domain.com,keriousername,keriopassword
firstname.lastname<_at_>domain.com,keriousername,keriopassword
firstname.lastname<_at_>domain.com,keriousername,keriopassword

If you have any public folders in Kerio, they will also sync, on every user, so be sure to remove access to Public Folders before sync.
I used a thirdparty tool for sync of contacts and calenders (Kerio Migrator)

Best Regards,
Gilbert
Re: Moving from Kerio Connect Email to Office 365 [message #146791 is a reply to message #146702] Thu, 10 October 2019 16:22 Go to previous messageGo to next message
TerranceM is currently offline  TerranceM
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You may with any kind of tool or with manual migration services but importantly do some of the particular tool or service before selecting them.
Re: Moving from Kerio Connect Email to Office 365 [message #146792 is a reply to message #146702] Thu, 10 October 2019 16:22 Go to previous message
TerranceM is currently offline  TerranceM
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Registered: October 2019
You may with any kind of tool or with manual migration services but importantly do some of the particular tool or service before selecting them.

[Updated on: Tue, 15 October 2019 18:09]

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