In this article we'll start to look at some of the common areas to test after executing the Hybrid Configuration Wizard, along with some solutions to common problems and guidance with further troubleshooting with issues.
In this article we will convert the on-premise mailbox for each of the migrated users to a mail user object and create a new Outlook profile for these users. We will then verify that migrated users can connect to their Exchange Online mailbox using Outlook.
In this article we'll look at how to use the Hybrid Configuration Wizard.
In this article we continue where we left off in part 3 by verifying that the migrated users can log on to their mailbox using Outlook Web App (OWA). We will then install the Office 365 Desktop application so that the client computer is updated and configured appropriately to work with Office 365.
Taking a look at what happens under the hood when you run the Hybrid Configuration Wizard so you have a clear idea of what changes the wizard will make to your Exchange on-premises organization and Office 365 tenant.
In this article we will create a CSV file containing the batch of users we wish to migrate from Exchange on-premise to Exchange Online.
In this article we will activate directory synchronization (DirSync) for our Office 365 tenant followed by installing and configuring the DirSync tool on the domain member server in our on-premise environment.
The Hybrid Configuration Wizard in Exchange 2010 Service Pack 2 simplifies the integration of Office 365 with Exchange Server. This article looks at the areas you should check before you start, examines what happens under the hood and details the tuning and tests worth performing after using the Wizard.
In this multi-part article series, I’ll explain how you perform a Staged Exchange Migration to Office 365 (Exchange Online).
In this multi-part article I will demystify all the glory details of Exchange Online 2010 included with Office 365.