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Migrator for Notes to Exchange 4.16.1 - Administration Guide

About the Migrator for Notes to Exchange documentation Notes Migration Manager NABS Discovery Wizard Internet Domains Discovery Wizard Directory Export Wizard Collection Wizard Groups Provisioning Wizard Notes Data Locator Wizard Provisioning Wizard Send PAB Replicator Wizard Data Migration Wizard SSDM Statistics Collection Wizard The Log Viewer Using the Qsched.exe task-scheduling utility SSDM Scheduling Administration utility Office 365 Admin Account Pool utility PowerShell cmdlets for Migrator for Notes to Exchange Appendix A: How do I ...?
Post-installation configuration Pre-migration preparations Batch-migration process Other features

Configure Updates of TSV-Imported Values

This screen appears only if the wizard detects that a TSV import has changed one or more DominoServerAddress values. A pair of mutually exclusive radio buttons let you choose whether to overwrite or preserve any DominoServerAddress values that were modified by a TSV import:

O    Keep existing modified ‘DominoServerAddress’ values imported from TSV
O    Replace existing ‘DominoServerAddress’ values

Click Next.

Specify Notes Login Information

This screen appears only if the information it requests is not already collected in the Notes Migration Manager (in the Notes Server Configuration screen). These fields specify Notes server access credentials used to authenticate the administrator by whose authority the program performs its administrative functions:

User ID file: Click Browse to find and specify the path and filename of the User ID file, or type or paste the UNC path and filename into the text box.
Password: Type the password associated with the User ID file.

Enter the requested information, and click Next.

Select Notes Data Store Types to Locate

This screen lets you specify what types of data to find, and whether to find new data stores or gather statistics from previously located data stores.

Select either of these options:

Find new data stores and gather statistics: Scans the Notes environment for all data stores, and collects statistics for each.
Gather statistics on previously located data stores: Update the statistics for data stores that were found in a previous run of this Wizard, and do not look for any other data stores.
Add/Replace mode: A drop-down list for you to specify what the wizard should do with the information it finds (choose one option):
Add to existing data: Scan for data stores, and add the found stores (and their statistics) to the existing list of previously found data stores.
Replace data previously found in these locations: Update the statistics for the existing list of previously found data stores.
Replace all previously located data: Delete all previously found data stores and their associated statistics from the Migrator for Notes to Exchange database, and scan and collect statistics from scratch.

Data to locate: Select one or more of the check boxes for the types of data you want to find:

Click Next.

Specify How to Find Notes Mail Files

Select the appropriate option to tell the wizard how it should look for users' server mail files:

Through Domino server(s): Looks for users' server-based mail files via the server. The wizard opens each mail file using the administrator credentials provided in the Specify Notes Login Information screen (or in the Notes Server Configuration screen in Notes Migration Manager). The administrator must be listed in the Manager ACL for the NSF file.
Scan file system directories that I specify: Looks for server-based mail via the file system, in a subtree to be specified later in this wizard.

A third option is offered only if at least one user has a MailFilePath specified in the SQL database:

Use MailFilePath from database (m of n populated): Looks for server-based mail in the locations specified per-user in the MailFilePath column of the SQL database. The “m of n populated” reports the number of users in the collection who have a MailFilePath (m) out of the total number of users in the collection (n).

Click Next.

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