What is Google Apps Migration for Microsoft Exchange?
Google Apps Migration for Microsoft® Exchange is a server-side tool that migrates your company’s email, calendar and/or contact data from Microsoft Exchange, IMAP server, or PST file to Google Apps. With the tool, migrations are:
Scalable: set up a small migration in 4 steps, with expanded control as required for large
Server-Level: migrate hundreds of users at the same time.
Non-Invasive: employees can continue to use their mail, calendar and contacts during the
migration without interruption.
With this tool you can migrate mail from:
Microsoft® Exchange Server 2000, 2003, 2007, or 2010. Administrators can migrate mail, calendar data, and contacts from Microsoft Exchange Servers.
IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol) mail servers. Administrators can use the tool’s IMAP capabilities to migrate email from systems like Novell Groupwise, Cyrus, Courier, Dovecot, SunMail, Zimbra, or other RFC 3501-compliant IMAP servers, into Google Apps. You can even use IMAP mail server support to migrate data from one Google Apps account to another.
PST (Personal Storage Table) files. Administrators can migrate PST files on behalf of users in their domain once they have aggregated the files into one location. Password- protected PST files cannot be migrated.
Hosted Exchange. Administrators can migrate data from Hosted Exchange by running the migration tool on local servers, without requiring the Exchange hosting partner to run any special software on their end.
Other Google Apps accounts. Administrators can migrate data from one Google Apps
account to another using this tool.