On Demand Migration for Email Current - User Guide

Introduction Preparing Migrations Test and Pilot Migrations Configuring and Running Migrations Post Migration Glossary

Windows Live Hotmail

Windows Live Hotmail

The values used to connect to the Windows Live Hotmail source email service are configured automatically by ODME.

POP

POP

Specify the following values to connect to the POP source email service:

  • Server Name — Enter the location of the POP server.
  • Port — Enter the POP server port number
  • Use SSL —If your server does not support SSL, all mailbox data will be transmitted non-encrypted. Use SSL connections if possible to secure your data. ODME supports self-signed SSL certificates.

Note: For information on generating a properly formatted self-signed SSL certificate, see Using Self-Signed SSL Certificates.

IMAP

IMAP

Specify the following values to connect to the IMAP source email service:

  • Server Name — Enter the location of the IMAP server.
  • Port — Enter the IMAP server port number
  • Use SSL —If your server does not support SSL, all mailbox data will be transmitted non-encrypted. Use SSL connections if possible to secure your data. ODME supports self-signed SSL certificates.

Note: For information on generating a properly formatted self-signed SSL certificate, see Using Self-Signed SSL Certificates.

Zimbra

Zimbra

ODME uses a combination of IMAP and Zimbra's SOAP API to migrate data. Specify the following values to connect to your Zimbra source email service.

IMAP Settings
  • Server Name — Enter the location of the IMAP server. Depending on your configuration, this may be the same location as the SOAP API server but with different port numbers.
  • Port — Enter the IMAP server port number. The default is 143 (993 using SSL).
  • Use SSL — If your server does not support SSL, all mailbox data will be transmitted non-encrypted. Use SSL connections if possible to secure your data. ODME supports self-signed SSL certificates.

Note: For information on generating a properly formatted self-signed SSL certificate, see Using Self-Signed SSL Certificates.

  • Use end-user credentials — Select this option if you want to connect to the email service using the passwords for each mailbox instead of the credentials of the administrator account. If selected, you must specify the password for each source mailbox. For more information, see Adding Mailboxes.
  • Admin User Name and Password — The name and password of the administrator account.
SOAP API Settings
  • Server Name — Enter the location of the SOAP API server. Depending on your configuration, this may be the same location as the IMAP server but with different port numbers.
  • Admin Port — Enter the port number for the admin connection to the SOAP API server. The admin connection is used for impersonation only. The default is 7071.
  • Port — Enter the SOAP API server port number. The SOAP connection is used for all non-IMAP migrations. The default is 80.
  • Use SSL — If your server does not support SSL, all mailbox data will be transmitted non-encrypted. Use SSL for both your admin connection and normal connection if possible to secure your data. ODME supports self-signed SSL certificates.

Note: For information on generating a properly formatted self-signed SSL certificate, see Using Self-Signed SSL Certificates.

  • Admin User Name and Password — The name and password of the administrator account.
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