We are excited to announce a new version of Migrator for Notes to Exchange 4.15 is now available for download.
Look what's new:
- Completely re-engineered folder mapping and filtering algorithm - The folder mapping and filtering algorithm has been completely re-designed to provide a much cleaner migration experience using default settings, without any [Filters] defined.
- Windows Server 2016 is now supported - Windows Server 2016 is now a supported Operating System for the migration server.
- Notes mail-in databases are automatically migrated to Shared mailboxes - Previously a User mailbox was created that had to be changed to a Shared mailbox.
- Many improvements for customers migrating to Office 365:
- New MAPI retry functionality allows migrations to continue exactly where they left off should there be any connectivity issues with Office 365, with statistical data intact.
- The migration wizard now uses Admin Pool accounts to run PowerShell cmdlets to avoid potential PowerShell throttling issues.
- The PowerShell cmdlet Add-MNEMailboxAdminPermission has been created to grant Admin rights to Office 365 mailboxes before running a migration.
- The PowerShell cmdlet Remove-MNEMailboxAdminPermission has been created to remove Admin rights after the migration.
Take a look at the Release Notes for a full list of new features, enhancements, and resolved issues.
Migrator for Notes to Exchange 4.14 is now in limited support. To determine the current support phase of your product, please refer to the Migrator for Notes to Exchange life cycle table.
Be sure to check out the Migrator for Notes to Exchange Product Support page to find solution articles, tips and tricks, tutorials, documentation, notifications, life cycle tables, training, and a product user forum.
Current customers can download Migrator for Notes to Exchange here.
New customers that are interested in evaluating Migrator for Notes to Exchange can sign up for a trial here.
As with all new releases, we love to hear any and all feedback. Tell us what you like, don't like, and if you have any ideas for future enhancements, please let us know on the discussion forums!