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«How to Migrate to MailEnable using the Migration Console Contents 1. OVERVIEW 2. MAILENABLE MIGRATION CONSOLE 3. SELECT THE MIGRATION APPROACH Server ...»

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How to Migrate to MailEnable using the Migration

Console

Contents

1. OVERVIEW

2. MAILENABLE MIGRATION CONSOLE

3. SELECT THE MIGRATION APPROACH

Server Migration

Domain Migration

Pre-Loaded Migration

4. MIGRATING FROM MICROSOFT EXCHANGE

SELECTING THE MIGRATION APPROACH (EXCHANGE WEB SERVICES)

SELECTING ANY ADVANCED SETTINGS (EXCHANGE WEB SERVICES)

MIGRATION SCOPE (EXCHANGE WEB SERVICES)

MIGRATION STATEGY (EXCHANGE WEB SERVICES)

5. MIGRATING FROM A GENERIC MAIL SERVER

SELECTING THE MIGRATION APPROACH (GENERIC INTERNET MAIL SERVER)

SELECTING ANY ADVANCED SETTINGS (GENERIC INTERNET MAIL SERVER)

MIGRATION SCOPE (GENERIC INTERNET MAIL SERVER)

MIGRATION STATEGY (GENERIC INTERNET MAIL SERVER)

6. MIGRATING FROM IPSWITCH IMAIL

SELECTING THE MIGRATION APPROACH (IPSWITCH IMAIL SERVER)

SELECTING ANY ADVANCED SETTINGS (IPSWITCH IMAIL SERVER)

MIGRATION SCOPE (IPSWITCH IMAIL SERVER)

MIGRATION STATEGY (IPSWITCH IMAIL SERVER)

7. MIGRATING FROM ICEWARP/MERAK MAIL SERVER

SELECTING THE MIGRATION APPROACH (ICEWARP/MERAK MAIL SERVER)

SELECTING ANY ADVANCED SETTINGS (ICEWARP/MERAK MAIL SERVER)

SELECTING LEGACY INSTALL DIRECTORY (ICEWARP/MERAK MAIL SERVER)

MIGRATION SCOPE (ICEWARP/MERAK MAIL SERVER)

MIGRATION STATEGY (ICEWARP/MERAK MAIL SERVER)

8. MANAGING MIGRATION STRATEGIES

MONITORING MIGRATION

ADVANCED SETTINGS

9. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

1. OVERVIEW The process of migrating from a legacy mail system platform can be complex, depending on the mail server you are migrating from. Typically, it not only requires recreating user accounts and setting up domains, but also requires that you migrate the message store data from the legacy mail system.

Fortunately, MailEnable provides an extension that allows an almost transparent migration from other mail systems.

The majority of the migration process is automated and all you need to do is configure MailEnable to understand the network address of the legacy server.

2. MAILENABLE MIGRATION CONSOLE

MailEnable’s Migration Console provides a single interface for importing configuration and user data from legacy mail systems. The system is comprised of two parts; the migration wizards, and the migration console.

These are outlined below:

Migration Wizards: Migration wizards allow you to specify the type of legacy mail system you wish to

migrate from. At the current time, Migration Wizards are available for:

 Exchange (or servers providing Exchange Web Services)  IceWarp  IMail  Generic Mail Server Migration Wizard (this migrates using the IMAP protocol) Migration Console: The Migration Console allows you to manage the import process associated with a defined Migration Strategy (that has been created using one of the above mentioned Migration Wizards).

These wizards configure the migration engine with migration strategies that progressively migrate configuration data and message content from the legacy mail system.

When a user attempts to login, MailEnable will use the supplied credentials to connect to the legacy system. A mailbox account will be created for the user. There is also an option to pull all messages from the remote server. If this option is enabled, MailEnable will scan all folders and pull all the messages/data from the remote mail system into the MailEnable mailbox.

3. SELECT THE MIGRATION APPROACH

There are three principle types of migration approaches; Server Migration, Domain Migration and a Preloaded Migrations. These are explained further under their respective headings below:

Server Migration Server Migration should be used when you want to move all the domains hosted on a legacy mail server to the new MailEnable server.

A server migration does not require any pre configuration steps, as the domains and mailboxes are extracted from the legacy server as users authenticate (and their corresponding mail account is created in MailEnable at that time). You can use the Migration Centre to define the details of the legacy server and initiate the migration strategy.

Domain Migration Domain Migration is similar to a server migration, but it applies where you only want to migrate a subset of domains from a legacy server.

To migrate a discrete list of domains, you will need to export a list of all the domains that your legacy mail server has configured. Most legacy mail systems will provide a utility that allows you to export a list of the domains to a simple tab delimited files.

You will then need to import/add those domains within MailEnable. Once you have done so, you should launch the Migration Centre utility to configure the migration strategy.

Pre-Loaded Migration Pre-loaded Migration involves pre-loading all the domains and their respective user accounts/mailboxes into MailEnable before you attempt to migrate their message store content from the legacy system. This migration approach assumes that you either have access to user accounts and their passwords or that you intend to reset all your users passwords when they are migrated to the new system.





Ideally, if you are able to extract a list of logins/mailboxes with their associated passwords then you can simply import these into MailEnable and only use the migration console to move messages/contacts/calendar, etc. This is not imperative however, since it is possible to configure the migration strategy to extract users (and passwords) from your legacy mail system.

If you do not know the passwords for your users, and you are not able to reset them, then you should use either of the Domain or Server migration approaches (which will allow you to capture user credentials as they attempt to access their e-mail).

4. MIGRATING FROM MICROSOFT EXCHANGE

This section describes the configuration steps for migrating from Microsoft Exchange. MailEnable’s Migration Centre uses Exchange Web Services (EWS) to migrate Folders, Messages, Appointments, Tasks and Contacts from Microsoft Exchange.

SELECTING THE MIGRATION APPROACH (EXCHANGE WEB SERVICES)

From the Migrate tab, select Exchange Web Services Then select “Launch Migration Wizard...” down on the bottom right of the screen.

SELECTING ANY ADVANCED SETTINGS (EXCHANGE WEB SERVICES)

The wizard will now ask you whether you have already imported any mailboxes from the legacy mail server.

This dialog will present as follows:

If you have not imported any mailbox configuration data from the legacy mail system, then you should leave this unchecked.

MIGRATION SCOPE (EXCHANGE WEB SERVICES)

The Migration Scope screen allows you to select whether you want to import a domain that you have already configured under MailEnable or if you want to import all e-mail domains off the legacy system.

MIGRATION STATEGY (EXCHANGE WEB SERVICES)

The Migration Strategy screen allows you to provide details for the target Exchange server.

The following parameters are available:

Setting Meaning Accept Self- This is an advanced security option that allows you to specify whether the Signed Migration Wizard should connect to an exchange server that has a self-signed Certificate certificate. If the Exchange server has a valid SSL certificate, then you can set this to false. If your server has a self-signed or temporary certificate then you can set this to true. If you are unsure, then you should set the option to true.

Autodiscover Controls whether to automatically discover the URL for the Exchange server. If Autodiscover is not selected, then the URL must be supplied.

–  –  –

Click Next to continue (which will actually configure and launch the Migration Strategy).

5. MIGRATING FROM A GENERIC MAIL SERVER

This section describes the configuration steps for migrating from a Generic Internet Mail Server (using the IMAP protocol).

MailEnable’s migration wizard is designed to capture user accounts and credentials as they authenticate against MailEnable. When the users authenticate (which is validated against the legacy mail server), their mail account is created under MailEnable, and the content from the legacy mail server is queued for migration.

If you are fortunate enough to have exported and created the user accounts in MailEnable (i.e.: you were able to extract the user passwords from the legacy mail system), then you can simply use the wizard to queue the importing of their mail folders and messages from the legacy mail server.

The Generic Mail Server migration agent uses the IMAP protocol to replicate the user’s folders and messages from the legacy mail server.

SELECTING THE MIGRATION APPROACH (GENERIC INTERNET MAIL SERVER)

From the Migrate tab, select Generic Internet Mail Server.

Then select “Launch Migration Wizard..” down on the bottom right of the screen.

SELECTING ANY ADVANCED SETTINGS (GENERIC INTERNET MAIL SERVER)

The wizard will now ask you whether you have already imported any mailboxes from the legacy mail server.

This dialog will present as follows:

If you have not imported any mailbox configuration data from the legacy mail system, then you should leave this unchecked.

MIGRATION SCOPE (GENERIC INTERNET MAIL SERVER)

The Migration Scope Screen allows you to select whether you want to import a domain that you have already configured under MailEnable or if you want to import all e-mail domains off the legacy system.

MIGRATION STATEGY (GENERIC INTERNET MAIL SERVER)

The Migration Strategy screen allows you to provide details for the legacy mail server. In this case the migration process will leverage the IMAP protocol to move folders and messages from the legacy mail server.

The following Parameters are available:

–  –  –

Click Next to continue (which will actually configure and launch the Migration Strategy).

6. MIGRATING FROM IPSWITCH IMAIL

This section describes the configuration steps for migrating from Ipswitch IMail. MailEnable’s Migration Centre will query the IMail configuration and extract domains, users and passwords into MailEnable. It will then queue the migration of user folders and messages via the IMAP protocol.

SELECTING THE MIGRATION APPROACH (IPSWITCH IMAIL SERVER)

From the Migrate tab, select IMail.

Then select “Launch Migration Wizard..” down on the bottom right of the screen.

SELECTING ANY ADVANCED SETTINGS (IPSWITCH IMAIL SERVER)

The wizard will now ask you whether you have already imported any mailboxes from the legacy mail server.

This dialog will present as follows:

If you have not imported any mailbox configuration data from the legacy mail system, then you should leave this unchecked.

MIGRATION SCOPE (IPSWITCH IMAIL SERVER)

The Migration Scope screen allows you to select whether you want to import a domain that you have already configured under MailEnable or if you want to import all e-mail domains off the legacy system.

MIGRATION STATEGY (IPSWITCH IMAIL SERVER)

The Migration Strategy screen allows you to provide details for the legacy mail server. In this case the migration process will leverage the IMAP protocol to move folders and messages from the legacy mail server.

–  –  –

Click Next to continue (which will actually configure and launch the Migration Strategy).

7. MIGRATING FROM ICEWARP/MERAK MAIL SERVER



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