This article explains how to migrate to MailEnable from other mail systems.
There are two approaches that can be considered when migrating to MailEnable:
Using this approach, the user (or someone who knows the user's credentials) initiates the migration process.
This is done as follows:
MailEnable's Migration Center provides a comprehensive set of wizards that allow migration from legacy mail systems. It is possible to migrate a single organization/domain or to migrate an entire server.
The most significant challenge in migrating from a legacy mail system is obtaining credentials/access to legacy mailboxes (since it requires knowledge of user's passwords).
If you know user's passwords (or are in a position to reset them having notified the users) then the migration process is straight forward and you can simply create the users in MailEnable and configure the Migration Console to import from the legacy mail system.
If you do not want to do this, the only workaround is to attempt to capture the users' credentials when they login, and then use the credentials to migrate their e-mail.
It can be configured to either capture credentials to a file (which can then
be used to import users, or it can capture credentials when the user attempts to
login, and automatically migrate the messaging data from the legacy mail
For more information on the migrating, please refer to the documentation installed under the MailEnable/Migration program group. The following articles may also assist you in migrating:
How to migrate to MailEnable from Microsoft Exchange: Article ME020340
How to copy or migrate my MailEnable configuration from one server to another: Article ME020073
How to migrate to MailEnable from Intermail PostOffice: Article ME020301
|Class:||HOWTO: Product Instructions|
|Revised:||Wednesday, October 26, 2016|