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Migrator for Notes to Exchange 4.16 - 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 ...?
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Edit Default Settings: Notes Server Configuration

This screen collects the information necessary for the program and its wizards to access the Notes server. Remember to click the Apply button after you enter any new information or changes to existing information in this screen. The program will not read or save any new information or changes until the Apply button is clicked.

Notes credentials (Server, User ID file, Password): These credentials should authenticate the administrator by whose authority the program will access the Notes server for data export, setting and removing mail-forwarding rules during the migration, and the data migration itself.
Always use these values: Mark this checkbox if you want the wizards that need this information to always use these credentials. If this box is marked, the wizard will skip the screen that requests this information, so the admin will not have to reenter the values and manually dismiss the screen. If the box is unmarked, the wizard will take the values entered here as its defaults, but will display the screen to offer the option of accepting or changing the default credentials.
Apply: Tells the program to read and save any new or changed information in this screen. Any new information or changes will be discarded and lost if you do not click the Apply button before you exit the program.
More info: Launches the Log Viewer application to display the log file associated with the functionality of this screen. This button is enabled only if the program has encountered significant errors or warnings that typically require further consideration and resolution before continuing in the migration process. If no such significant errors or warnings are encountered, the button appears grayed-out (unavailable).

Edit Default Settings: Exchange Server Configuration

This screen collects information necessary for Migrator for Notes to Exchange applications to access the Exchange server. Remember to click the Apply button after you enter or change any information in this screen. The program will not read or save any new information or changes until the Apply button is clicked.

Many of the fields on this screen vary depending on your migration scenario, specified by your selection for the Target Exchange server radio buttons at the top of the screen.

Exchange Server Configuration: Migrating to an on-premises (proprietary)

Target Exchange server version: Specify the Exchange version of your migration target: Exchange Server 2010, 2013, 2016 or 2019. This setting determines how the application will facilitate mail-enabling and other AD activities.

For Office 365, see Exchange Server Configuration: Migrating to Office 365 .

Exchange credentials:

If the Target Exchange server version is 2013, 2016, or 2019:
Exchange Mailbox Server: Name of the Exchange server, which has the Mailbox role installed on it and will be the connection used for all Exchange PowerShell activities in the product.
If the Target Exchange server version is 2010:
Exchange CAS Server: Name of the client-access server, which may be a CAS server (not the array), if any. This will be the connection used for all Exchange PowerShell activities in the product.
Administrator SMTP address: The SMTP address of the administrator by whose authority the wizard will perform its mail-related operations.
Administrator domain\user or UPN: The migration admin’s login name to the Exchange mail server (for the admin account associated with the Administrator SMTP address cited above). This field entry should take the form domain\name or name@domain.sitraka.com.
Administrator password: The password associated with the migration admin specified above.

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Exchange Server Configuration: Migrating to Office 365

Exchange credentials:

Exchange Administrator: The migration administrator Office 365 account name. This field entry should take the form of name@domain.sitraka.com.
Administrator password: The password associated with the migration admin specified above.

Tenant settings:

Office 365 User domain: Use the drop-down list to specify the Office 365 domain that should be used to compose users’ Microsoft Online Services ID (logon names and email addresses) in Office 365.
NOTE: The program loads this drop-down list with domains registered in Office 365 for the administrator credentials entered above. The Office 365 User domain selected here will be the portion of each user’s email address that follows the @ symbol. The left-hand side of each user’s ID will be his/her User ID from Migrator for Notes to Exchange’s SQL server.
Office 365 Environment: Use the drop-down list to specify the Office 365 environment to use. The options are:
Use Azure Active Directory Synchronization: Select this check box if you are using the Microsoft AD synchronization tool to copy the contents of a local Active Directory to provision your Office 365 directory. Leave this check box clear if you will provision Office 365 by any other method.
Resolve attendees for [type] mail (two checkboxes): Control whether Migrator for Notes to Exchange will look up SMTP addresses in user server mail and/or archives in the Exchange GAL, to get Exchange addresses—e.g., so free-busy lookups will succeed. These options are both disabled (unmarked) by default. A checkbox should be unmarked if you want to migrate data to PST files without connecting to the Exchange server. Disabling the Resolve attendees function may increase migration speed in some environments, but may cause lost free/busy information and may introduce other issues in Outlook.
Office 365 PowerShell Throttling: Click the Configure button to open a PowerShell Throttle Settings dialog box, which calculates the maximum number of concurrent PowerShell connections each Migrator for Notes to Exchange server can open (the MaxPowerShellConnections setting). Migrator for Notes to Exchange uses this value to enforce the limit set by Microsoft for the tenant. The default for this throttle is 9 simultaneous runspace connections.
The dialog box calculates the MaxPowerShellConnections setting by the formula R / S, where R is the number of simultaneous runspaces allowed by your tenant (Maximum Tenant Concurrency = 9 by default), and S is the number of migration servers you will use. If the quotient is not a whole integer, Migrator for Notes to Exchange rounds down to the next lower whole integer. The default MaxPowerShellConnections=0 is interpreted as "no limit," effectively turning off this limiting feature.
Maximum Tenant Concurrency: The throttle allowed by Microsoft for your Office 365 tenant. The default is 9.
Maximum Migrations Servers: The maximum number of migration servers to be used for your migration.
Migrator for Notes to Exchange MaxPowerShellConnections Setting: The maximum number of concurrent PowerShell connections each migration server can open.
Use admin account pool: Mark this checkbox if you want to use Migrator for Notes to Exchange’s Admin Account Pool features (as described in chapter 15 of the Administration Guide).
Manage button: Launches Migrator for Notes to Exchange’s Admin Account Pool utility.
Reset button: Launches Migrator for Notes to Exchange’s Admin Account Pool utility, and then automatically deletes all admin accounts from the pool.

Always use these values:

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