Migrate PST files to Exchange 2010/2013 or Office 365 with ZeroIMPACT
Identify, filter and migrate PST files to primary or archive mailboxes in Exchange 2010/2013 and Office 365, quickly and reliably. Migration Manager for PSTs allows IT administrators to rapidly identify the PST file and its owner, then determine the correct destination mailbox or archive for seamless and trouble-free migration. Migrate either the entire PST file or a portion of the file, giving you the flexibility to enforce email retention policies or reduce migration time. It’s an easy solution that allows you to take control of PST files to decrease data loss risk, enable e-Discovery, ensure compliance and enforce email retention policies.
- Supported Platforms – PST files can be migrated to primary or archived mailboxes in Exchange 2010/2013 or Office 365.
- Supported PSTs – Seamlessly move data from PST files such as Outlook, as well as those exported from the Exchange server.
- Advanced Detection – Identify PST file locations and owners on workstations and servers throughout your environment so you can choose the correct migration destination.
- Filtering – Reduce the file size and speed of the migration by controlling the data content migrated from the PST file with advanced filtering.
- Direct-path Migration – Migrate data right from desktops to the destination data store, reducing duplication risk or data loss that you get with other two-step migration tools.
- Agent-less Detection – Reduce complexity and remove the need for deploying agents across a network, requiring fewer resources and avoiding an impact on bandwidth usage.
- Multi-threaded Performance – Move several PST files simultaneously so you can scale performance and quickly migrate a large amount of data.
- Multi-account Support – Overcome the limitations of concurrent connections through web services by using multiple admin accounts when connecting to Office 365.
- Project Management – Troubleshoot and resolve migration issues quickly with real-time alerts and logging.
Administration Migration Server(s)
An existing SQL Server may be used, or you can set up a new server for MMP.
Internet Information Services
For a full list of System Requirements, see product release notes.