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Migrate Hosted Exhange to Office365

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Hi,

How do I migrate from a hosted exchange server to Microsoft's hosted exchange platform?

I don't want to export as a PST. Is there a way to do server to server?
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by:Ilya Rubinshteyn
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is this dedicated exchange hosting? if so, you should be able to use the AD connector and use the Office 365 tool to migrate the mailboxes.
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No its Shared going to Office 365
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Are you able to access it from AD? if not, i'm afraid there is no other way.
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