Migrate from gmail to office 365 in progress

I am migrating from gmail to office 365 using the migration wizard in Office 365. I started three mailboxes three days ago. One says Synced, the other two say "In Progress."

At the top is says "Your migration completed successfully! Make sure to close the connection if you're done, or if you want to start another migration"

Not sure if the two showing In Progress are really still syncing or I should close the connection.

I assume if I close the connection and restart one, duplicate emails will not be migrated. Is that correct??
ajdratchAsked:
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Allen FalconCEO & Pragmatic EvangelistCommented:
I suggest closing the connection and restarting/resync-ing accounts ... something is not right.
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Jian An LimSolutions ArchitectCommented:
i probably suggest alternative 3rd party tool like migrationwiz or quest on-demand migrator
they make it easy.
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ajdratchAuthor Commented:
I finally closed the the connection. It looks like everything migrated but can't be sure. If I restarted, is there a chance we could get duplicate emails?  The migration created duplicate folders. Would I need to worry about creating triple folders?
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Allen FalconCEO & Pragmatic EvangelistCommented:
If the migration created duplicate folders, something went wrong.  It will be difficult to tell if the folders contain identical information.
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