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The best migration tool for sharepoint

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I need to migrate some public folders from exchange 2010 to the sharepoint and some old public folders to archive. What is the best product to do so.

I found so far :

metalogix
metavis
Quest
Idera
Axceler
Avepoint

Which of them is the best for the public folders or maybe there is another great recommended product.
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Question by:Lidka
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I will go with Quest, proven tool and good after sale support. Which is very important.
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You can try the dSHIFT Migrator for SharePoint which can easily migrate all your contents and meta data from MOSS 2007 to SharePoint 2010 including your Public folders.
A trial version is available at http://www.dshift.com
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