Simple solution for Exchange to Office 365 Migration

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    Migration from Exchange server to Office 365 can be done easily by using professional EdbMails Exchange migration. The software is easy to handle as it is having a simple and intuitive user interface. It is capable of migrating multiple mailboxes without size restriction. The software supports the migration of public folders and archive mailboxes between Exchange servers and Office 365. The Software has an advanced filter option, which helps user to migrate the specific data based on the Date, Subject, Attachment name, From and To address filters.

    EdbMails Exchange migration is developed with most advanced techniques. The application supports incremental migration which ensures there is no duplication of items in target mailboxes. You can migrate multiple mailboxes at a time without any data loss. The trial version is available at free of cost. It migrates all the mailboxes and allows 30 items from each and every folder maintaining the exact source folder hierarchy in the target.

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    Bitdataconversion Exchange Migration is easy to use and user-friendly tool. This software allows us to migrate multiple mailboxes at a time without any data loss. This tool has an interactive GUI feature and helps you select the one you need to migrate the Exchange Server to Exchange Server, Exchange into Office 365, and Office 365 to Office 365. This tool also migrates Exchange mailboxes into Outlook PST and Live Exchange Server. It allows to saves recovered source mailboxes into RTF, vCard, EML, HTML, etc. A free demo version of this software only allows users to migrate the first 50 items per folder.

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