Exchange On-prem to Exchange 2013: A More Profitable Move

Any BitTitan partner will tell you how much we enjoy breaking down complex processes into a few simple steps. Chances are if you’re reading this, you’ve already experienced that firsthand. If you need to migrate your on-premise Exchange to Exchange 2013, we’ll not only show you the easiest way, but also save you time, money, and resources while doing it. … Read more

BitTitan Code Ninjas Improve Google Vault Migrations

At BitTitan, we do whatever it takes to make sure you have the freedom to move your data between a large variety of sources and destinations. Sometimes those systems change, however, and it is our job is to adapt.

Recently while working on exporting data from Google Vault, we encountered a number of cases where we had to respond to changes in how the data was exported and presented to us.… Read more

How to Deal with Terminated Users in OneDrive for Business

OneDrive for Business, Microsoft

If a user leaves the company and their account is deleted, and/or their license is withdrawn, what happens with the business data in SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business? … Read more

Stay Organized with Custom Tags in MigrationWiz

If you’ve used MigrationWiz, you’ve probably also used its sorting and filtering options to further streamline your migration projects. These options include Created Date, Last Updated Date, Source Email, Destination Email and Status. And now, based on some great user feedback we’ve received, we’ve taken things a step further: custom tagging is now available in MigrationWiz.… Read more

Migrating from Office 365 to Office 365: A Daunting Challenge

I hope I didn’t scare you all away with bold statement but there is no benefit in sugar coating it as well. Migration from Office 365 to Office 365 especially when you want to keep the domain name is not an easy thing to do. But when you use the right strategy, it is achievable, and without the headaches that may come with it.… Read more

Easily Migrate Public Folders in Exchange 2013 to Office 365

Many people looking to migrate public folders from Exchange 2007 and 2010 to Office 365 do so with Microsoft’s array of “native” tools. But there’s currently no native method of migrating public folders in Exchange 2013 to Office 365.

With MigrationWiz, this can easily be accomplished – and when we showed Exchange blogger Todd Nelson how easy it is, he couldn’t believe his eyes. … Read more

PowerShell for MigrationWiz

We’re happy to announce the latest version of PowerShell support for MigrationWiz! This will help partners and customers to increase the speed of execution and the ease of management of migration projects.

Unfamiliar with PowerShell? Here’s a quick list of benefits it offers: … Read more

Migrate Public Folders to Office 365 from Exchange 2007 and Higher

Migrating public folders is a popular feature in MigrationWiz, and can be performed on its own, or as part of a larger migration project – and it’s available for a great price.

Follow the steps below to get started on your public folder project with MigrationWiz!… Read more

Easily Migrate Data to Office 365 Shared Mailboxes

Shared mailboxes in Office 365 are a convenient feature. They allow several users in an organization to share the responsibility of monitoring and replying to emails from one account, and all replies are seen as being from the shared mailbox name, not the individual user. This makes them ideal for responding to customer inquiries.

And as Jethro said in last week’s post, shared mailboxes are also ideal for storing the mailbox contents of terminated employees.… Read more

SMTP Errors: We Get By With a Little Help From Our Friends

Earlier this week, António Vargas wrote a post on his blog about this SMTP error message he encountered while using MigrationWiz:

Your migration failed checking source credentials. The SMTP address has no mailbox associated with it. Error: ErrorNonExistentMailbox Detail: SmtpAddress

When you take a look on our community site, you will find that this error is usually generated when either the source or destination target does not exist. António went even further with this, and was so kind as to provide an explanation.Read more