The Per Mailbox Statistics report shows a list of migration plans that had been executed at least once and their final migration statuses:
After successfully migrating mailboxes, you should notify users of the migration and provide information on how to access the new mail system. This step is performed outside of On Demand Migration for Email and may include training users on the new system as needed.
This glossary provides definitions of many of the terms commonly used in On Demand Migration for Email.
The login information (username/password) of an account that has the required rights to access all mailbox data. The rights assigned to this account will vary based on the Source Email Service or Target Email Service configured for the migration.
Collection of settings that define a mailbox store. This may include host name, port and protocol information, but in some cases it is only necessary to define the type of service (i.e. G Suite).
Alternatives: Environment, Connection, Service, Migration Path
An object within a mailbox that may be migrated. This is typically one of an Email, Contact, Appointment, Distribution List.
A single pass through a Source Mailbox moving all the Items selected to migrate to the Target Mailbox.
Mapping between a Source Mailbox and a Target Mailbox.
Collection of settings that define the data to be migrated. This includes item type (Email, Contacts, Calendar, Tasks), filters (migrate items received before or after specified date, exclude folders, etc.), and may be extended to cover additional settings like custom properties on mail items.
Alternatives: Migration Items, Filters
A configuration, and collection of users, defining a migration.
The email service platform from which mailbox items are migrated.
Mailbox that has been selected to migrate to the Target Email Service.
Any Migration where 90% or more of the items are migrated successfully.
The future location for mailboxes after they are migrated, either Office 365 or Exchange 2010.
Mailbox that exists on the Target Email Service and will hold all of the data from the Source Mailbox after the migration is complete.