Migration software .edb to online Exchange

Steven Swarts
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Need software that will migrate from .edb (and logs) to new online exchange server 2016. It also needs to deal with duplicates if at all possible.
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timgreen7077Exchange Engineer
Distinguished Expert 2018

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Kernel for Exchange is good 3rd party software that can help you with this and the also allow you to demo the software. See below link.

https://www.nucleustechnologies.com/exchange-suite.html#ExchangeEDBRecoveryMigration
Jose Gabriel Ortega CastroTop Rated Freelancer on MS Technologies
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From EDB you can get it into PST and then import PSTs into Exchange server.
The best bet is to mount the EDB into an exchange server and get the exports of the all mailboxes using powershell into PST format
SysToolsData Expert - Recovery,Backup,Migration

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You can Try SysTools Exchange Recovery Tool to Migrate EDB File into Exchange Online Account. You can also fix any kind of corruption issue in the .edb file also with Advance Scanning Mode. As Software Supports Latest Exchange 2019, 2016, 2013, 2010 and all below version perfectly.
image22.pngTo know more visit:  https://www.systoolsgroup.com/exchange-recovery.html
Marshal HubsEmail Consultant

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You can use Stellar EDB to PST Converter to migrate .edb file to new online exchange server 2016. You can also export EDB to PST with the help of the software and then import PSTs into new Exchange server as suggested by @Jose. Download the trial version from here: https://www.stellarinfo.com/email-repair/edb-pst-converter.php
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G'day all,

thanks for your responses. In the end we saved our money and did it manually. This worked ok. The interesting thing is that we needed to run commands (Exchange version specific) with the switches of  -BadItemLimit 100 /AcceptLargeDataLoss.

Importing it we used similar commands but prior to that we ran the scanpst on every .pst file and that enabled us to successfully import everything.

In the end both clients are very happy.

Cheers all.

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