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trevorjames034 commented 1 year ago
#2234

EdbMails  Exchange  Migration tool provides an easy way for Exchange 2010 to 2016 migration . The software migrates source mailboxes  like Exchange mailboxes, Office 365 mailboxes, into  Exchange, update outlook 2010 to 2016. It  also migrates Exchange, Office 365 public folder and archive mailboxes into another  Exchange, Office 365 public folder and archive mailboxes.

 

Key features of the software include:

  • Intuitive user interface
  • True incremental migration without duplicates
  • Individual as well as multiple mailbox migration
  • No restriction on mailbox size
  • Mailbox folders item count
  • Automatic and manual mapping method to map  source mailbox with target mailbox
  • Exclude folders facility
  • Free trial for user verification
  • Lifetime free technical support

For more  details visit : https://www.edbmails.com/pages/exchange-2010-to-2016-migration.html


diana2019e commented 3 days ago
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To migrate Exchange 2010 to 2016, users may opt for the manual method or can go with the Professional third-party tools. Manually using the Exchange Admin Centre by moving to the different database it can be done but it is not as easy as it looks. The manual method is not reliable as well as complex and time-consuming too. For the scenario like Exchange Migration where a data in bulk is in the process, no one want to risk the data by going manually. For this, a professional third-party tool is must and Shoviv Exchange Migration is the best-suited for this. It swiftly migrates Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2016 with simple processing. It allows the instant migration of source mailboxes like EDB files, Outlook Stores, Office 365 mailboxes, Live Exchange mailboxes etcetera into Live Exchange (On-premises), Office 365 and Outlook PST files. There is no restriction on Size limit of source mailboxes, migrate Office 365/ Live Exchange public folder and Archive mailbox to another Office 365, Public Folder and Archive mailbox.

For details - Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2016


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