Power365 Integration can migrate Public Folder data from the source tenant to a target tenant.


How is Public Folder migration configured?  

You can configure this manually on a folder-by-folder basis. If you have a complex folder structure, you also have the option to upload your configuration from a CSV file.

For each folder, you will need to enter the name of the source folder. Power365 does not validate this information at this point, so verify that your path is correct before continuing.

Note that Public Folder domain mappings are case-sensitive. The DomainName value in the database can be set to lowercase to work around this issue

Then you will enter the name of the destination folder in the target tenant.

You can choose to synchronize just the top-level folder that you have chosen, or you can include all subfolders beneath it.


How is a Public Folder Migration scheduled?  

You can trigger the folder migrations manually, or set up a synchronization schedule.

A schedule has three components.

  1. Start Date. When should the first synchronization begin?
  2. Frequency. How often should the synchronization cycles occur? You can choose hours, days, or weekly units of time.
  3. Duration. How many schedule sync cycles should be completed?


How are conflicts handled?  

You must choose a conflict resolution method in the case of duplicate contents.

You can choose to use the last updated item as the “winner” in case of a conflict. Or, you can choose to have the source item always overwrite the target item in a conflict.


Can a list of Public Folders be used?  

If you have many folders to migrate, import a list is a better choice. A link is provided to download a sample template.


Can the list of Public Folders be edited?  

You can return to the dashboard at any time to add more folders or to modify or act against existing folder configurations.