Dell Software released a new version of Migration Manager for Active Directory 8.13 (former QMM). The new 8.13 version offers new functionality regarding a migration to Exchange 2016.
Migration Manager for Exchange DirSync (QMM) – protocolSettings cannot be configured. Today I want to share an experience I made with the Dell Migration Manager for Exchange (former QMM EX). After conclusion of the email migration, all Exchange mailboxes should have been deleted in the source environment. The deletion process is defined to hide the […]
During an Active Directory migration, all clients – as far as they won’t be reinstalled – have to be transferred into the target domain. For this process, Quest Migration Manager for AD offers the tool “Resource Updating Manager (RUM)”.
Directory Synchronization Agent, DSA is part of Quest Migration Manager for Exchange. Sometimes, DSA produces an error which is not really self-explanatory: Error 0xe1000005. Internal DSA error. This article will show you what sources the error could have and how you solve this problem.
Do you always have to stop the agents in Dell/Quest Migration Manager for Exchange when you want to make changes to collection settings? No, you don’t. I want to show you how to automatically change the users’ assignment in a collection via LDAP filter using the mailbox sync.
Lately I could gather some new information and I would like to share it with you. QMMEX connection problems Part I, was about the circumstances that may hinder a successful synchronization of Exchange mailboxes with Quest Migration Manager for Exchange. Part II covers connection problems with Mail Source Agent (MSA) due to deactivated email protocols.
If you run QMM for Exchange you might feel the need of an automated creation of mailbox collections. To avoid the creation of hundreds of target databases, Dell (Quest) offers a tool called “Collection Management Utility“ This is what it is about and what parameters you can use.
Email migrations with Quest Migration Manager for Exchange are executed with minimal impact for the end user. One main reason for this is that both inboxes (in source and target) will be equipped with automatic redirections, depending on which inbox is active. For these redirections Quest Migration Manager for Exchange generates so called Email Redirection […]
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