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Exchange 2010 to office 365 migration

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Hi guys, looking for some info on this. Can't really find anything for Exchange 2010?

From what I understand it's Cut Over only. But I cant find any step by step guides ect (only 2003 and 2007)

If anyone can point me the right way, would appreciate it.
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Awesome, I found the first doc, but the second is what I was really after.

So the migration looks simple.

One more thing if someone knows, Can I add a universal signature to Office 365 that feeds from active directory to scrape user data like Name, Title, Phone Number ect ect?
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Yeah I did see those

OK thanks
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