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How to Migrate the Recovered EDB Mailboxes to MS Exchange 2013

July 12, 2019     1251 views     0     0

Stellar Repair for Exchange provides an option to migrate or export all the recovered mailboxes of a repaired EDB file directly to Exchange 2013.

You can follow the below mentioned steps to migrate all mailboxes:

  • Launch the software Stellar Repair for Exchange and from the main interface, click the “Browse” button to select the EDB file to be repaired. Alternatively, click the “Find” button to search the EDB file from the available drives. This feature helps to locate the EDB file when file-location is not known.
  • Click “Next” to initiate the Repair process.

Figure 1: Figure illustrates Software User Interface

  • There are two options available in “Select Scan Mode” – “Quick Scan” and “Extensive Scan”.  Click the “Quick Scan” option for accurate results; however, “Extensive Scan” takes more time and performs a deep scan. 

  • After scanning, the software will display a preview of all the mailboxes available in the selected EDB files.

You can migrate the recovered mailboxes to a “Live Exchange” server with the help of the following two methods:

Method 1:

  1. From the main menu, click “Save” and a pop-up will appear.
  2. Click the Live Exchange icon, and a pop-up window “Enter Login Credentials” will appear. 

     

  3. In the available pop-up window, perform the following steps:
  • Enter the login credentials of the Exchange 2013 server.
  • Select the Exchange version from the drop-down menu. In this case, we have selected Exchange 2013
  • Click the checkbox for “Auto Map”. The “Auto Map” function helps in connecting the specified mailboxes, automatically. 
  • Click the “OK” button to initiate the process of exporting the recovered mailbox to Microsoft Exchange 2013.

  1. A “Map Mailbox” screen will appear with information on the following:
    • Source Mailbox
    • Destination Mailbox
    • Map Mailbox

       

  2. The “Advance” option helps you to reduce the size of the recovered mailbox with the help of the “Apply Filter” option, which allows to exclude or include specific mailbox items of the selected mailbox. Note: You can also create a mailbox on the destination server with the help of “Create Mailbox” option.
  3. Click the “Export” button to export the recovered EDB mailboxes to MS Exchange server.
  4. Once the migration is complete, the software displays a message “Export process completed successfully”.

Method 2:  

Note: This method works for Exchange 2010 and above versions.

  1. In the preview window, verify EDB file data and select the checkbox for the mailbox to be migrated to Microsoft Exchange 2013.
  2. Right click on that mailbox and from the drop-down menu, select the option – “Export to Exchange Mailbox”. Alternatively, right-click on the selected EDB file to export all mailboxes.  
  3. A pop-up window will appear – “Enter Login Credentials”. Perform the following steps on the pop-up window:
    1. Click the checkbox for “MS Exchange Server 2010 and higher.
    2. Fill in the details of Mailbox Name and Server Name and click the OK button
  1. A “Map Mailbox” screen will appear with information on the following:
    • Source Mailbox: Lists all usernames to migrate to Exchange server
    • Destination Mailbox: Lists the Mail IDs of all mailboxes to migrate to Exchange server
    • Map Mailbox to check whether all mailboxes are in Connected state
  2. The Advance option helps you to reduce the size of the recovered mailbox with the help of the “Apply Filter” option, which allows to exclude or include specific mailbox items of the selected mailbox. Note: You can create a mailbox on the destination server with the help of “Create Mailbox” option.
  3. Click the “Export” button to export the recovered EDB mailboxes to MS Exchange server.
  4. Once the migration is complete, the software displays a message “Export process completed successfully”.

 Note: You can also verify the mailbox availability of exported mailbox on the destination server.

 

 

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