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I have hired a company to migrate my clients in the past but they went out of business...

guess it's time to learn myself....I am looking for Training how to do this....

Looking for steps what I need to do...to be able to migrate from the following to O365

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How do I setup and configure an account on Microsoft so the client email can migrate using MigrationWiz

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There are detailed video courses on MVA which cover all migration methods, for example here's the Cutover one: https://mva.microsoft.com/en-us/training-courses/office-guides-exchange-cutover-migration-with-office-365-11629

MigrationWiz also have extensive documentation available: https://community.bittitan.com/kb/Pages/Exchange%202007,%202010,%202013%20or%202016%20(on-premises)%20to%20Office%20365%20Migration%20Guide.aspx
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Fantastic training
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