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migrating exchange 2003 to office 365 hosted email (exchange online)

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I have a client that needs to move from exhchange 2003 to office 0ffice 365 hosted email.  All they needs in the mailbox and shared calenders through public folders. What will be the easiest way to do this?
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Shared Calendars in public folders can't be easily migrated to Office 365, since Office 365 doesn't support Public Folders. You would need to export the calendar and import it into a room or equipment mailbox in the Office 365 tenant to do that. Getting user's mail is actually pretty simple. Office 365 has a built in migration tool that allows you to pull data from Exchange versions after 2003 directly into Office 365. Sushil98's last link has some information on how that works.
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