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Moving from an in-house emailing platform to a cloud emailing platform is a difficult task even if both the platforms are from the same developer (like Exchange and Office 365). So, migration from on-premises Exchange Server to Office 365 requires careful planning and systematic execution.
For Exchange users, three types of migration methods are available for the migration of mailboxes from Exchange Server to Office 365.
For Exchange 2013, hybrid migration is the best option as it supports migration of a large number of mailboxes in batches. This method allows the user to move mailboxes to Office 365.
Before conducting hybrid migration, it is suggested to create migration end points. A migration end point has the login credentials and connection settings of the source Exchange Server. Then follow the steps to enable the Mailbox Replication Proxy Service (MRSProxy service):
In the Office 365 tab of the Exchange Admin Center, you have the remote move migration wizard that helps you move mailboxes from on-premises Exchange to Exchange Online (and vice versa). Follow the steps below to migrate on-premises Exchange mailboxes to Office 365 (Exchange Online).
In EAC, go to Office 365.
Under Recipients > Migration, click Add +, and choose Migrate to Exchange Online.
Select Remote move migration on the Select a migration type page; click Next. It will take you to the Select the users page.
Click Add+. Here you can select the on-premises Exchange users you want to migrate to Office 365. Click Add, then OK, and then Next.
Input the credentials of on-premises administrator on the Enter the Windows user account credential page.
Ensure that your on-premises Exchange Server (FDQN) is listed on the Confirm the migration endpoint page, and click Next.
Create a migration batch on the Move configuration page by providing the required details; click Next in the end.
Finally, at the Start the batch page, choose one recipient to receive the report after the batch completion. Check the Automatically complete the migration batch box. Click New.
The complete hybrid migration process will migrate the Exchange 2013 mailboxes to Office 365. It is quite lengthy and time taking. It is unlikely that a non-technical user can correctly follow all the steps and complete the migration successfully. That is why it is better to use a third-party application which can migrate Exchange mailboxes to Office 365 more efficiently.
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