Email Migrations

Email migration service is divided into several phases, including the pre-migration, build, seeding, and go-live stages. During each stage we review the existing setup, design a solution that considerers current Syncs and Set Ups and environments.

Pre-migration

Configuring the connections to the user, domain and other environments is also a critical step before we commence migrations.

Build | Seed

We then perform seeding and reporting, data migrations, and work to resolve content issue that are commonly uncovered at this stage.

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Go live

Lastly, during the go-live phase, we oversee the cutover of the planned assets of the migration, these can include the AAD, domain and licensing.

FAQ

How long does a typical migration take?

Each migration project is different however, our projects are usually divided into several phases, including pre-migration, build, seeding, and go-live.

What is usually included from the email migration project?

Email migration projects usually include migration of active and inactive users or accounts, activities related to 3rd Party Apps, assessment of which additional services are migrated, cleanup of Contacts and removal of guest users services, among other steps.

Will our Office 365 data residency be maintained in Canada or the US?

As a Tier 1 Microsoft Partner in both territories, we establish/maintain the relationship between your organization and Microsoft; and can choose Canada or the US as the data center of requirement for you, depending on which territory you operate in.

What do these email migrations mean to the clients and the end users?

Email migration projects aim to migrate user content from on-prem, legacy providers or solutions to Microsoft 365 and enable effective user adoption of the new Microsoft 365 ecosystem by setting up and configuring all the relevant workloads in the environment.

Vais-je perdre du service pendant la transition?

Nous nous efforçons d’activer les nouveaux abonnements avant la transition de votre configuration actuelle, en reflétant la configuration de votre licence ou en l'améliorant pour réduire les coûts et améliorer l'efficacité. Cette approche résout le problème de la perte d'utilisation par les utilisateurs finaux lors du processus de transition.