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Metalogix Content Matrix 8.8 - Public Folder Editon User Guide

Introduction Entering the License Key Content Matrix Console End User Interface Installing the Email Viewer Webpart Connecting to Public Folders Connecting to SharePoint Preparing for Your Migration Configuring Copying Options Saving or Running a Migration Action Log Files Using PowerShell with Content Matrix Modifying Content Matrix Configuration and Settings Frequently Asked Questions About Us

Copy-ExchangeFolder

This is the same as Copy-ExchangeItem with additional parameters:

·PermissionMapper - Defines the mapping between Exchange and SharePoint permissions.

·SkipNonMappedPermissions - Indicates if the non mapped users should be skipped.

·ShowSubSite - Indicates if the site created for migration should be displayed in the navigation line.

·CopyPermissions - Indicates if the permissions should be copied.

·CreateSite - Indicates whether a new site should be created for the migration.

·SiteName - Defines the name of the site which will be created for the migration. All data will be migrated to this site.

·WebTemplateID - Defines the web template id.

·WebTemplateConfig - Defines the web template configuration.

·WebTemplateName - Defines the web template which will be applied to SharePoint sites during the migration.

·IsSiteHierarchy - Indicates if the folder hierarchy should be created using sites.

·EnableTreeViewOnSite - Indicates if the tree view navigation should be enabled and shown in the SharePoint environment easing navigation.

Copy-ExchangeFolderToList

This is the same as Copy-ExchangeFolder with additional parameters.

Modifying Content Matrix Configuration and Settings

You can configure and customize a number of Metalogix Content Matrix settings, including:

·distributed migration configuration

·proxy settings

·available actions and events

·client-side Managed Metadata batch size and metabase settings

·resource utilization settings

·default settings in configuration variable files

Configuring Content Matrix for Distributed Migration

Metalogix Content Matrix can significantly improve the time it takes to complete migration jobs by using a distributed migration model. This model essentially consists of a Metalogix Content Matrix Console Controller (Host), a central jobs repository or queue, and one or more loosely-coupled Metalogix Content Matrix Console agents.

Distributed Migration Illustration

By automatically selecting the jobs from a central repository, Metalogix Content Matrix Console agents are able to distribute the workload efficiently across the resource pool. The distributed model enables parallel processing of migration jobs that reduces migration time, and enables higher utilization, better workload throughput and higher end-user productivity from deployed resources.

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Distributed Migration supports the following SharePoint connection adapters:

·Metalogix Extensions Web Service (MEWS)

·SharePoint Client Side Object Model (CSOM)

·CSOM using the Azure Pipeline

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