We constructed MigrationWiz to deal with all types and sizes of migration tasks. It’s quick and simple for basic information and mail box migrations; full-featured and adjustable for more complex circumstances. Our MigrationWiz Master Class series presents you to choices and strategies that will increase your knowledge so you can provide a smooth migration each time.
If there’s something you require to make certain of when you’re doing a migration, it’s that whatever gets to the best location. Recipient mapping puts you in control throughout mail box migrations, so absolutely nothing is lost. Here’s what you require to understand:
What is it? Recipient mapping is utilized in mail box migrations to make sure that user details maps effectively from the source to the location.
When will I utilize it? Usage recipient mapping when the username or domain is various in between your source and location. In addition, every Microsoft 365 tenant-to-tenant migration will need recipient mapping to make sure that user details maps effectively from the Source to the Location when the username or domain have actually altered.
Where do it discover the function? In Advanced Options/General Options.
How do I find out to utilize it? Read MigrationWiz- Advanced Options and General Options on the BitTitan Assist Center
Exists anything else I should understand? If you’re going to be utilizing recipient mapping on a big migration with 5,000 or more users, make certain to describe the Aid Center short article for guidelines on how to alleviate efficiency loss.
What are some examples? Recipient mapping is utilized in migrations that arise from a merger, acquisition, or divestiture when the location domain is various from the source. You’ll likewise utilize it for name modifications (such as Bob to Robert) or modifications in calling convention (like SueBee to Susan.Bee).