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GroupWise to Office 365 Migration - Bitdataconversion

Posted By: PeterGrew

Date: Fri, 8 Nov 2019

Price: $449.00

Mobile: +1-855-257-5251

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For effortless migration from Novell GroupWise to Office 365, you need a third party GroupWise to Office 365 Migration tool that permits a user to export single as well as multiple GroupWise mailboxes into Office 365 mailboxes. Additionally, the tool also allows exporting GroupWise local/remote/archive data directly into Office 365 archive mailbox or public folder respectively. If you have an Outlook profile then, you able to export GroupWise mailboxes into Outlook profile. To achieve an accurate migration, you should try Bitdataconversion GroupWise to Office 365 migration tool that also provides a trial version for ensuring its performance as well.


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