Metalogix Email Migrator 4.7.1 - Help

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Connect to Mimosa NearPoint

Email Migrator allows connection to different email/archive systems. This section deals with connecting to Mimosa NearPoint.

Each legacy archive can contain various types of archived items. Similarly, every such source platform supports different features. Email Migrator capabilities regarding item migration and feature handling in respect to Mimosa NearPoint are summarized in the table below.

 

Platform

CAPABILITIES

Mimosa NearPoint

User Mailbox Items

Journal Mailbox Items

Public Folder Items

3rd party message classes

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To establish the connection:

First in the Email Migrator ribbon menu click the Connection > Connect to NearPoint.

 

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This will open the Connect To NearPoint dialog. There are two main settings tabs in this dialog: Web Settings and SQL Settings. Each tab contains a set of configuration options for connecting to NearPoint.

 

 

The available options on Web Settings tab are:

Server – server name or IP address of the machine where Mimosa NearPoint is installed

Domain – Mimosa NearPoint domain full name (e.g. mydomain.com)

Use secure connection (https) – select if Mimosa NearPoint uses secure connection

User & Password – Mimosa NearPoint user

Exchange Connection - The drop-down lists all Exchange Server connections already defined in the Email Migrator console. Select the Exchange Server connection applicable for your archive. If such is not defined, choose the Add new... option. Connect to Exchange Server dialog appears where you can configure the desired connection. For detailed information on connecting to Exchange Server, see the Connect to Exchange (incl. Office 365) topic.

 

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The available options on SQL Settings tab are:

SQL Server – server name or IP address of the server where Mimosa NearPoint database is installed

Context Database – Mimosa NearPoint SQL database name

Schema – DB schema used for Mimosa NearPoint SQL database

 

Now select your option depending on your SQL Database authentication settings. The user you select must have rights to the above mentioned DB:

Use Current Windows User – select if your current logged-on Windows user has the necessary rights for the SQL DB

Use SQL Server Authentication – select if the DB uses SQL Authentication and specify an SQL user with access rights to above mentioned database

 

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After all of the desired connection options have been set, for all settings tabs, click OK to establish the connection.

If Email Migrator is successful making the connection, a new node appears in the Explorer View and you can expand this node and navigate user mailboxes.

Connect to GFI MailArchiver

Email Migrator allows connection to different email/archive systems. This section deals with connecting to GFI MailArchiver.

Each legacy archive can contain various types of archived items. Similarly, every such source platform supports different features. Email Migrator capabilities regarding item migration and feature handling in respect to GFI MailArchiver are summarized in the table below.

 

Platform

CAPABILITIES

GFI MailArchiver

User Mailbox Items

Journal Mailbox Items

Public Folder Items

3rd party message classes

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NOTE:

Email Migrator supports GFI MailArchiver only in connection with Microsoft SQL Database. GFI MailArchiver with Firebird database server is not supported. You can convert Firebird database to MS SQL database and then migrate with Metalogix Email Migrator.

 

To establish connection:

First in the Email Migrator ribbon menu click the Connection > Connect to MailArchiver.

 

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This will open the Connect To GFI MailArchiver dialog. There are three main settings tabs in this dialog: Web Settings, SQL Settings, and Domain controller. Each tab contains a set of configuration options for connecting to GFI MailArchiver.

 

The available options on Web Settings tab are:

Server – server name or IP address of the machine where GFI MailArchiver is installed

Domain – GFI MailArchiver Website domain full name (e.g. mydomain.com)

Use secure connection (https) – select if GFI MailArchiver Website is using secure connection

User & Password – GFI MailArchiver Website user and password

Website – GFI MailArchiver website

 

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The available options on SQL Settings tab are:

SQL Server – server name or IP address of the server where GFI MailArchiver databases are installed

SQL Database – do not change the default value "model" in this field; GFI MailArchiver database model is specific. GFI MailArchiver system creates several partial databases, but Email Migrator connects to them all in a single connection. There is no need to establish separate GFI MailArchiver connections for individual partial archive stores. This internal structure of the GFI MailArchiver is reflected also in the migration job log (see the Log Files section). One can see there e.g. Inbox processed several times. However, these are actually just various parts of the whole Inbox processed one by one.

Schema – DB schema used for GFI MailArchiver database

Now select your option depending on your SQL Database authentication settings. The user you select must have rights to the above mentioned DB.

Use Current Windows User – select if your current logged-on Windows user has the necessary rights for the SQL DB

Use SQL Server Authentication – select if the DB uses SQL Authentication and specify an SQL user with access rights to above mentioned database

 

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The available options on the Domain controller tab are:

Domain controller - IP address or name of your Domain controller

Domain - your MailArchiver domain

Domain administrator & Password - enter the domain administrator user name and password

 

 

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If you are logged on with the domain administrator account, this tab could be left empty.

 

 

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After all of the desired connection options have been set, for all settings tabs, click OK to establish the connection.

If Email Migrator is successful making the connection, a new node appears in the Explorer View and you can expand this node and navigate user mailboxes.

Connect to HP IAP or RISS

Email Migrator allows connection to different email/archive systems. This section deals with connecting to HP IAP or RISS.

Each legacy archive can contain various types of archived items. Similarly, every such source platform supports different features. Email Migrator capabilities regarding item migration and feature handling in respect to HP IAP or RISS  are summarized in the table below.

 

Platform

CAPABILITIES

HP IAP

User Mailbox Items

Journal Mailbox Items

Public Folder Items

3rd party message classes

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To establish connection:

First in the Email Migrator ribbon menu click the Connection > Connect to IAP or RISS.

 

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This will open the Connect To IAP or RISS dialog.

 

The available options on Web Settings tab are:

Server – server name or IP address of the machine where HP IAP is installed

Domain – HP IAP Website domain full name (e.g. mydomain.com)

Use secure connection (https) – select if HP IAP is using secure connection

User & Password – HP IAP user and password

Exchange Connection - this drop-down is optional and only necessary when you plan to handle also archive system shortcuts; The drop-down lists all Exchange Server connections already defined in the Email Migrator console. Should you intend to manage shortcuts at migration, select the Exchange Server connection applicable for the given archive connector. If such is not defined, choose the Add new... option. Connect to Exchange Server dialog appears where you can configure the desired connection. For detailed information on connecting to Exchange Server, see the Connect to Exchange (incl. Office 365) topic.

 

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After all of the desired connection options have been set, for all settings tabs, click OK to establish the connection.

If Email Migrator is successful making the connection, a new node appears in the Explorer View and you can expand this node and navigate user mailboxes.

 

Connect to Zantaz EAS

Email Migrator allows connection to different email/archive systems. This section deals with connecting to Zantaz EAS.

Each legacy archive can contain various types of archived items. Similarly, every such source platform supports different features. Email Migrator capabilities regarding item migration and feature handling in respect to Zantaz EAS are summarized in the table below.

 

Platform

CAPABILITIES

Zantaz EAS

User Mailbox Items

Journal Mailbox Items

Public Folder Items

3rd party message classes

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To establish the connection:

First in the Email Migrator ribbon menu click the Connection > Connect to EAS.

 

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This will open the Connect To EAS dialog. There are two main settings tabs in this dialog: Web Settings and SQL Settings. Each tab contains a set of configuration options for connecting to EAS.

 

The available options on Web Settings tab are:

Server – server name or IP address of the machine where Zantaz EAS is installed

Domain – Zantaz EAS machine domain

User & Password – user under which the Zantaz EAS runs

Exchange Connection – this drop-down is optional and only necessary when you plan to handle also archive system shortcuts; The drop-down lists all Exchange Server connections already defined in the Email Migrator console. Should you intend to manage shortcuts at migration, select the Exchange Server connection applicable for the given archive connector. If such is not defined, choose the Add new... option. Connect to Exchange Server dialog appears where you can configure the desired connection. For detailed information on connecting to Exchange Server, see the Connect to Exchange (incl. Office 365) topic.

 

 

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The available options on SQL Settings tab are:

SQL Server – server name or IP address of the server where Zantaz EAS database is installed

SQL Database – Zantaz EAS DB name

Schema – DB schema used for Zantaz EAS database

 

Now select your option depending on your SQL Database authentication settings. The user you select must have rights to the above mentioned DB:

Use Current Windows User – select if your current logged-on Windows user has the necessary rights for the SQL DB

Use SQL Server Authentication – select if the DB uses SQL Authentication and specify an SQL user with access rights to above mentioned database

 

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After all of the desired connection options have been set, for all settings tabs, click OK to establish the connection.

If Email Migrator is successful making the connection, a new node appears in the Explorer View and you can expand this node and navigate user mailboxes.

 

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