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A sbs2003 Sharepoint site is used to book events on share calendars.  We need to move these to office 365.  Is there a way to copy the items directly to 365?
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This link contains a free tool which can help you, I have used it before:

http://www.messageops.com/software/office-365-tools-and-utilities/office-365-sharepoint-migrator

After you have created the Office 365 site you connect to both the old site and the new through the software and copy the contents across.
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