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How to export Exchange 2010 Mailbox to Office 365?

Moving Exchange to Office 365 is not easy. Keeping in view, Microsoft has come up with support tools to let you decide the right method of migration and conclude migrating with ease.

1.Exchange Server Deployment Assistant: Integrating the hybrid deployment of on-premises Exchange with mailboxes in Cloud may require additional assets. For this reason, Microsoft has launched Exchange Server Deployment Assistant tool for this easy-coexistence premise. Valid for Exchange 2010, Exchange Server Deployment Assistant asks you a set of questions about your current mailbox environment and the requirements. On this basis, it creates a customized checklist and processes for easy deployment.

Note: Exchange Server Deployment Assistant helps in migrating non-hybrid on premise Exchange to Office 365 also

2.Remote Connectivity Analyzer tool: This Support and Recovery Assistant is comparatively new to fix issues related to Office 365 Apps and services. Even after moving mailboxes, users may face problems with account setup, connectivity and password and in extreme cases Outlook stops responding. Remote Connectivity Analyzer identifies the root cause of the existing problems and suggest an appropriate solution.

Now you have the understanding of on premise Exchange environment and requirements. As you are aware of all the manual methods and their advantages and limitations, you are in the good position to choose the right migration method for Exchange environment.

Exporting Exchange 2010 mailboxes to Office 365 may not be as expected, and support and troubleshoot needs time and effort. It is always good to take the help of migration tools like SysTools Exchange to Office 365 Migration