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Metalogix Email Migrator 4.7.1 - Help

Introduction Getting started Migration User Interface Configuration Troubleshooting & Tips

Connect to Quest Archive Manager

Email Migrator allows connection to different email/archive systems. This section deals with connecting to Quest Archive Manager.

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 Quest Archive Manager are summarized in the table below.

 

Platform

CAPABILITIES

Quest Archive Manager

User Mailbox Items

Journal Mailbox Items

Public Folder Items

3rd party message classes

Shortcut Replace

Retention Preserv.

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To establish the connection:

First in the Email Migrator ribbon menu click the Connection > Connect to Quest Archive Manager.

 

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This will open the Connect To Quest Archive Manager 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 Quest Archive Manager.

 

The available options on Web Settings tab are:

Server – server name or IP address of the machine where Quest Archive Manager is installed

Domain – Quest Archive Manager machine domain

User & Password – user under which the Quest Archive Manager 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 Quest Archive Manager database is installed

SQL Database – Quest Archive Manager DB name

Schema – DB schema used for Quest Archive Manager 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 Barracuda Message Archiver

Email Migrator allows connection to different email/archive systems. This section deals with connecting to Barracuda Message Archiver.

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 Barracuda Message Archiver are summarized in the table below.

 

Platform

CAPABILITIES

Barracuda Message Archiver

User Mailbox Items

Journal Mailbox Items

Public Folder Items

3rd party message classes

Shortcut Replace

Retention Preserv.

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To establish the connection:

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

 

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This will open the Connect To Message Archiver dialog. There are two main settings tabs in this dialog: File share and Options. Each tab contains a set of configuration options for connecting to Barracuda Message Archiver.

 

The available options on File share tab are:

Select folder – browse for the Barracuda Message  Archiver content folder

 

Server – server where Message Archiver is installed

Domain – Message Archiver machine domain

User & Password – user under which the Message Archiver runs

 

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The available options on Options tab are:

Temporary cache folder – any folder to store temporary files, min.  1 GB of free space

 

Now select your option migration options:

Migrate as journal – if checked, items will be migrated as journals, e.i. items will contain original message as attachment and the message body will contain additional metadata

User Domains – enter one or more domains divided by semicolon to migrate messages send to or received from these domains, e.g. myorganization.com; seconddomain.net or *all* will include any domain

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.

Connect to GBS iQ.Suite Store

Email Migrator allows connection to different email/archive systems. This section deals with connecting to iQ.Suite Store.

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 iQ.Suite Store are summarized in the table below.

 

Platform

CAPABILITIES

iQ.Suite Store

User Mailbox Items

Journal Mailbox Items

Public Folder Items

3rd party message classes

Shortcut Replace

Retention Preserv.

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To establish the connection:

First in the Email Migrator ribbon menu click the Connection > Connect to iQ.Suite Store.

 

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This will open the Connect To iQ.Suite Store 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 iQ.Suite Store.

 

The available options on Web Settings tab are:

Server – server name or IP address of the machine where iQ.Suite Store is installed

·Domain - iQ.Suite Store machine domain

·User & Password - user under which the iQ.Suite Store runs

·Service - this field is filled in automatically, only check if the default port is the port used in your system

·Archive Server Name - iQ.Suite Store archive server name, i.e. the name of the archive connection form iQ.Suite configuration, e.g. "Message Archive"

·Document Class - iQ.Suite Store document class, e.g. ExMail

·Mailbox Cache - local path to mailbox cache database file

·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 iQ.Suite Store database is installed

SQL Database – iQ.Suite Store DB name

Schema – DB schema used for iQ.Suite Store  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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NOTE:

1) Make sure you can access GBS mailbox cache database (MbxCache.mdb file) from machine where Email Migrator is installed.
 
2) Install Microsoft Access Database Engine 2010 Redistributable (64 bit) on machine where Email Migrator is installed:
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=13255
 
AccessDatabaseEngine_x64.exe /passive
 

 
Note:
Encyption of responses should be disabled before migration from GBS iQ.Suite.Store.
GBS config files (De.Group.Store.Backend.EngineLib.dll.config and De.Group.Store.Backend.EngineSvc.exe.config) should contain this setting:

 
<setting name="AlwaysEncryptResponse" serializeAs="String">
<value>False</value>
</setting>

 

 

 

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.

Connect to Metalogix Archive Manager

Email Migrator allows connection to different email/archive systems. This section deals with connecting to Metalogix Archive Manager. Please note that Email Migrator supports Metalogix Archive Manager only in connection with Microsoft SQL Server. Combination of Metalogix Archive Manager with Oracle database is not supported.

 

 

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

 

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This will open the Connect To Archive Manager 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 Archive Manager.

 

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IMPORTANT:

If the Metalogix Archive Manager  will be target, its Default retention category must be set to

INDEFINITE.

This retention category will be used during migration and it has to be set to indefinite, to ensure that the retention time for all migrated items will be migrated correctly.

 

This tab is required only if this connector is your source connector. Otherwise it can be left empty.

The available options on Web Settings tab are:

·Archive Web Server – server name or IP address of the machine where Metalogix Archive Manager is installed

·Use secure connection to Web Service (https) – select if your Archive Manager uses secure connection (https)

·Use secure connection to Web Server (https) – select if you use secure connection (https) to Archive Manager ArchiveWeb

·Use Windows Service - check this option to use quicker service when Archive Manager is migration target; information on the type of connection will be displayed also next to the created connection in the connections list view

·Windows Service - filled in automatically when "Use Windows Service" is checked (including port number  - e.g. 10mam3:8998)

·Archive Web User & Password – required when connecting to a new Archive Manager service outside the domain; in such case enter super-user name, i.e. the user under which the Archive Manager 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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NOTE:

To check your Archive Manager http/https settings, go to IIS Manager / <ArchiveManagerServerName> / Sites / Default Web Site. Select ArchiveWeb node and click the SSL Settings option from the main pane. Then check it also for ExchangePamWS node.

 

 

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The available options on SQL Settings tab are:

SQL Server – server name or IP address of the server where Archive Manager databases are installed

SQL Database – name of the Archive Manager for Exchange database (usually “exchangeDB”)

Schema – name of the schema used with this database; by default it is “dbo”

 

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NOTE:

To check your Archive Manager database settings, go to C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\PAM\PamConfig and open PamConfig.exe. Select Exchange Archive tab. Then the “Initial catalog” is our SQL Database and “Table owner” is our Schema.

 

Connection authentication radio buttons – select your option depending on your SQL Database authentication settings. The user you specify must have rights to the DB entered under SQL Database:

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

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

 

 

 

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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