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Migrator for Notes to Exchange 4.16 - Scenarios Guide

About the Migrator for Notes to Exchange documentation Scenarios overview Migration to a proprietary Exchange
Migration to a proprietary Exchange target Pre-migration preparations Batch migration process Post-migration activities
Migration to Microsoft Office 365
Pre-migration preparations Batch migration process Post-migration activities
SSDM (per-desktop) migration

Step 6: Distribute .pst files (if any)

If the Data Migration Wizard migrates any data to Outlook Personal Folder (.pst) files, then when the migration is complete you must either:

The Data Migration Wizard names any new .pst files using the common filename, if specified, or the specified filename format. if more than one file is generated per User ID, incremental numbers are appended to the filename. For example, Smith.pst, Smith-1.pst, Smith-2.pst, etc.

The User migration status per collection report, available from the View Summaries screen of Notes Migration Manager.
The Report Pack Report, available from the View Report Pack screen of Notes Migration Manager.

Was that your last migration collection?

If this is not your last migration collection: Repeat all the steps of this Batch migration process for the next collection.

If this is your last migration collection, but you have more Notes users to be migrated individually by Migrator for Notes to Exchange’s SSDM: See the SSDM (per-desktop) migration chapter in this Scenarios Guide. When no users remain to be migrated, be sure to see the Post-migration activities below.

Post-migration activities

Groups are typically provisioned into Exchange separately, after users are migrated in the Batch migration process (earlier in this chapter). Run MNE Groups Provisioning Wizard to provision Notes groups into Exchange as distribution groups. Groups information was earlier extracted from the Domino source and copied into the SQL database by the MNE Directory Export Wizard. Notes groups can be divided into collections using the MNE Collection Wizard for more convenient processing. If appropriate, you can update group membership and attributes in the SQL database (via TSV export and import) prior to provisioning the groups into Active Directory.

For operating instructions and application notes, see the Groups Provisioning Wizard chapter of the Migrator for Notes to Exchange Administration Guide.

If your scenario gives you some reason to provision groups before all Notes users (in all collections) have been migrated, be sure to check the Message Delivery Restrictions for any Exchange group to which you want Notes users to be able to send messages. Any such Exchange group must be of the universal distribution type to be mail-enabled. To change settings, beginning in the Exchange Management Console:

1
Select the group under Recipient Configuration | Distribution Group, then double-click the group you want to edit.
2
Click the Mail Flow Settings tab, and highlight Message Delivery Restrictions, then click Properties above.
3
De-select (unmark) the check box for Require that all senders are authenticated.
4
Save, and then restart the MS Exchange transport service.

Step 1: Provision Notes groups into Exchange

Groups are typically provisioned into Exchange separately, after users are migrated in the Batch migration process (earlier in this chapter). Run MNE Groups Provisioning Wizard to provision Notes groups into Exchange as distribution groups. Groups information was earlier extracted from the Domino source and copied into the SQL database by the MNE Directory Export Wizard. Notes groups can be divided into collections using the MNE Collection Wizard for more convenient processing. If appropriate, you can update group membership and attributes in the SQL database (via TSV export and import) prior to provisioning the groups into Active Directory.

For operating instructions and application notes, see the Groups Provisioning Wizard chapter of the Migrator for Notes to Exchange Administration Guide.

If your scenario gives you some reason to provision groups before all Notes users (in all collections) have been migrated, be sure to check the Message Delivery Restrictions for any Exchange group to which you want Notes users to be able to send messages. Any such Exchange group must be of the universal distribution type to be mail-enabled. To change settings, beginning in the Exchange Management Console:

1
Select the group under Recipient Configuration | Distribution Group, then double-click the group you want to edit.
2
Click the Mail Flow Settings tab, and highlight Message Delivery Restrictions, then click Properties above.
3
De-select (unmark) the check box for Require that all senders are authenticated.
4
Save, and then restart the MS Exchange transport service.
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