Every now and again I come across some oddball migration scenarios that require some out-of-the-box thinking. It's been a long time since I had to do a POP3 migration, but I ended up finding myself needing to come up with a solution to migrate a small number of users (around 50) who currently used Thunderbird, … Continue reading Thunderbird to Office 365 Migration
Outlook Autodiscover Weirdness
Office 365 Autodiscover to… Gmail?? I ran into an issue recently while performing a G Suite to Office 365 migration where my Outlook 2016 clients would begin to Autodiscover as normal, but rather than redirecting to Office 365 as I expected, they would actually present me with a Gmail IMAP login prompt. The oddest part … Continue reading Outlook Autodiscover Weirdness
Migrating to Office 365: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
Last night marked the launch of a new Cloud / Office 365 user group hosted by the team at Long View Systems - I had the pleasure of being the inaugural speaker, and we ended up having a great discussion around the various migration strategies available when moving email into Exchange Online. It was awesome getting … Continue reading Migrating to Office 365: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
IMAP Migrations: Last synced time is WRONG!!
This has been driving me crazy - I'm running an IMAP migration for one of our clients, and the batches don't appear to have been running their regular incremental sync (by default supposed to run every 24 hours). After digging around in PowerShell cmdlets trying to see if I could find a way to determine … Continue reading IMAP Migrations: Last synced time is WRONG!!