As the migration progresses, the utility updates the Output screen with information about which user is being migrated, which data is being migrated, and when each segment of data has been migrated successfully.
Click the Log file link to open the log file for the current migration.
When the migration has finished (either successfully or due to a cancellation or failure), you see the following line of text:
End local time is: end time of migration
What to expect during migration
With Exchange, contacts are migrated first, followed by calendar data, and then email.
Your users can work with their Google Apps accounts during migration.
If a user in the list is not also provisioned in Google Apps, the migration moves on to the next user. If the migration encounters a mail store it cannot open, it moves on to the next user in the list. If the migration encounters an error with a particular item, for example a message, it moves on to the next item.
Errors are recorded in the log files. You can find log files in the following location:
(for Win XP family)
C:\Documents and Settings\user-name\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Google Apps Migration\Tracing\ExchangeMigration
(for Vista/Win7 family)
C:\Users\user-name\AppData\Local\Google\Google Apps Migration\Tracing\ExchangeMigration
user-name in the path identifies the administrator who logged in and ran the utility.
ExchangeMigration.exe --nouse_gui --exchange_admin_login="Administrator" -- source_server="ExchangeServer" --google_domain="domain.com" -- filename="C:\pst\users.csv" --pst_base_folder="C:\pst" - google_consumer_key="domain.com" -- google_consumer_secret="************************"
Avoid remigrating contact and calendar data that you have already migrated. If you remigrate contact data, you end up with duplicate contacts. The utility re-migrates this data if you choose the Migrate all data option when setting up the configuration for your migration.