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Migrator Pro for Exchange has the ability to migrate mailboxes between two or more Exchange organizations. From the Migrator Pro for Exchange Settings page, you can easily add additional organizations whose mailboxes you want migrated to your target. However, for this function to work there must be a mail-enabled (not mailbox-enabled) account in the target forest to receive the migrated mail content. In addition, this target account must have the msExchMailboxGuid attribute copied from the Source to the Target account. Migrator Pro for Exchange and Microsoft PowerShell use this attribute to authoritatively identify the relationship between the source and target objects.
Migrator Pro for Exchange has no particular preference on how this relationship is established. To perform this association, you can use Binary Tree Directory Sync Pro product, the Prepare-MoveRequest.ps1 script located on your Exchange 2010/2013 server, Forefront Identity Manager, or any other product capable of creating a Mail-Enabled user object and stamping the correct msExchMailboxGuid value. This flexibility makes for an easier implementation as you develop your migration project plan.
When performing Inter-org (cross forest) migrations, mailboxes housed on source forest Exchange 2010 and Exchange 2013 servers do not display mailbox sizes and item counts within the Migrator Pro for Exchange Administrative and User portals.
Migrator Pro for Exchange uses native Exchange protocols to query mailbox sizes and item counts. Unlike Exchange 2010 and 2013 do not support Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) as a method for gathering this information. Instead, either Exchange Web Services (EWS) or Remote PowerShell must be utilized to gather this information.
Perform either of the following two procedures to gather mailbox size and item count information from these platforms.
Open the Exchange Management Shell on either Exchange 2010, or Exchange 2013 and execute the following command. This must be executed only once for each messaging server version, to allow Migrator Pro for Exchange to query mailbox size information from these systems.
For Exchange 2010/2013, type the following command:
New-ManagementRoleAssignment -Name:ImpersonationAssignmentName -Role:ApplicationImpersonation -User:Domain\Administrator
Identify an Exchange 2010/2013 Server with a valid (non self-signed) trusted SSL certificate that has the IIS service assigned to it. Open the Exchange Management Shell on this Exchange 2010/2013 server and type these two commands:
Set-PowerShellVirtualDirectory "$env:COMPUTERNAME\PowerShell (Default Web Site)" -BasicAuthentication $true
Once completed, open the Migrator Pro for Exchange Admin Portal and click Forests:
... and select the desired source forest in the Forest drop-down list (shown here in the red box):
Then, on the Accounts tab, clear the checkbox for Auto-detect the PowerShell Hosts for this Forest, and type the appropriate value into the appropriate PowerShell Host field (Exchange 2010, 2013 or 2016):
And then click Save Forest (in the toolbar above the tabs).
Mailbox migrations to Office 365 are processed the way that Intra-Org and Inter-Org migrations are executed, by using the New-MoveRequest PowerShell cmdlet. This enables us to use the same Project Management and Workflow features of the Migrator Pro for Exchange application available to Intra-Org and Inter-Org migration projects.
For these commands to function, your source environment must meet certain requirements. While this document does not seek to provide guidance on how to successfully enable a hybrid coexistence strategy, Migrator Pro for Exchange requires the following two conditions to be true.
For cross-forest migrations with Migrator Pro for Exchange, the home forest where you configure Migrator Pro for Exchange usually is also the Target forest. However, in the case of Office 365 migrations, it becomes your source.
The AD groups that are in the Office 365 target environment will be rationalized in Migrator Pro for Exchange when the Office 365 forest is added, but the members of those groups will not be rationalized in Migrator Pro for Exchange until the second rationalization pass has occurred. By default, rationalization updates occur every 60 minutes. The Update Forest setting in the Activities settings can be set for shorter time periods (fewer minutes) between updates. However, it is not recommended to set for less than 10 minutes depending on the size of your Exchange environment.
On-premises Exchange mailboxes and archives migrate to Office 365 with no issues. There is no need to enable the archive feature in Office 365. If the on-premises mailbox has a server-based archive associated with it, the New-MoveRequest will enable the archive feature in Office 365 and migrate the on-premises archive to the Office 365 archive.
Migrations of on-premises Exchange mailboxes to Office 365 will fail and log an error if the source site's Office 365 proxy servers are not set.
You can either manually license users in the Microsoft Online Services portal before selecting them for migration in Migrator Pro for Exchange, or allow Migrator Pro for Exchange to auto-license them automatically.
To allow Migrator Pro for Exchange to auto-license users: