Migrate mailboxes from one Office 365 Tenant to another Office 365 Tenant.
Migrate mailboxes from one Office 365 Tenant to another Office 365 Tenant. Please make the feature available in Office 365 for better and smooth migration of mailboxes from One Tenant to another Tenant in Office 365.
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Security of data is one of the key aspects for all organizations during Migration process.
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It supports incremental migration without any duplicates. EdbMails provides support for the multi-factor authentication for Office 365 migration. You can migrate entire mailbox items seamlessly
shira paul commented
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Microsoft doesn't provide any facility to migrate mailboxes from one Office 365 tenant to another Office 365 tenant, but this task is possible with the automated migration tool. I have found a solution in which the user can easily perform a migration between Office 365 tenant.
Users have to follow each step to successfully perform mailboxes migration between Office 365 tenant
Nevin fradian commented
For Office 365 Tenant to tenant migration one can also try Kernel Migrator for Office 365. It is a secure and reliable third party software allows users to easily migrate data from one Office 365 accounts to another. For more information, go to- https://www.nucleustechnologies.com/office-365-migration/
Jammie Fox commented
Office 365 tenant to tenant migration can be done using third party solutions. I found this tool that will help you perform the same. For more info, visit :
Unbelievable this is not a priority for Microsoft?
Venn Torrence commented
Mailboxes migration from one Office 365 tenant to another Office 365 tenant is possible, I have found
a blog to perform this task, take a look - https://codegena.com/migrate-mailboxes-from-office-365-tenant-to-office-365-tenant/
I can't understand, 21st century, Microsoft one of the tops technological companies. And I can't change tenant from one country to another. I have to export Mailboxes, Sharepoint, Onedrive, etc. and import and configure on new tenant. If google has this option, why not Microsoft?
I can see why the emphasis has been to create tools for import from third party systems and on premise systems to office 365 as MS is keen to get as many users onto office365 as possible. However...
Surely there must now be many many users who need to migrate between tenants for any of the following reasons:
Change from Office 365 Business to enterprise and vice versa
It really never occurred to me that I would have to purchase a third party tool to do this when it must be the easiest migration of all for MS.
Please Please add this feature. Office 365 is brilliant and getting better buy the day. But this missing feature is killing me!!
Matt Johnson commented
This guide will surely work, have a look at this https://highlightstory.com/move-o365-tenant-tenant-efficiently-windows-10/ as it helped a lot to solve my Office 365 tenant to tenant migration problem.
You can get some help from here: https://www.nucleustechnologies.com/exchange-migration/
We needed to migrate between two tenants only to discover that you have to buy a third party product to migrate mailboxes. There are many valid reasons for needing to migrate users between tenants and this should be a seamless experience. As it is I will have to mess around with autoforwards, PST files and users manually copying items within Outlook (which will kill their experience).
I suspect, like everything else, MS did not think to far ahead about how to handle mergers, acquisitions, divestitures when designing their environment, or they just do not care. Its an extremely simple solution and would negate the whole VL Remap BS process.
Google has this feature. Is Microsoft that far behind Google on this?
These questions has been raised in many Microsoft Technical Community sessions since the organizations or business units with-in them expand or separate to their individual Office 365 tenants. The lack of documentation from Microsoft also cause issues for administrators to plan for O365 tenant to tenant migrations.
Having just gone through this migration, it was painful. The process steps are clear in terms of what needs to be done, but being able to do them is not clear at all. Even with expert help from the MS technical support team it took over 10 calls to get everything resolved. The process needs to be much simpler as it is something that growing businesses will come across a lot. Being able to migrate mail should be a straghtforward task. For example having to download all pst files to a local client and then upload them again to Azure for import into the new Exchange server should not have to happen. Why can't the pst's be transferred directly to the new tenant? This would have avoided a lot of time and trouble.
Alex Strupler commented
I have done such a Migration as recommended by Microsoft Support Staff after I created a Support Request. I have been recommended to use the PST Migration and the Migration has been a disaster, although I am experienced with Office 365 an Migrations.
The PST Import did not import all Subfolders and Mails, so at the end I had to write powershell Scripts to count Items in all old Mailboxes and compare them to the new Mailboxes with Excel Formulas. As I said, absolut disaster! I then had to manually copy over several mails and folder that Customer had all his Mails again.
Also this PST Tenant to Tenant Migration is not possible without at least 15 minutes downtime in mails reception.
Please Microsoft, work out a Migration from Tenant to Tenant finally, as we have informed you already 4-5 years ago in a Special Circle about Office 365 Experience organised by Microsoft to do that!