2 hours 42 minutes
Hello and welcome back to the office. 3 65 Migration primer Course I'm your instructor, Jim Daniels, and today we're still in module for change. Oman. We're gonna go over express migration. So in this lesson, we're going to talk about what express migration is and when express migration is recommended.
So express migration, also known as minimal hybrid,
requires on premise. Exchange 2010 plus
after migration, you won't use synchronization to manage the users. It's a cloud cloud on board. It's a fast ramp to the cloud.
Migration will take place in less than a few weeks.
The own premise SMTP address for each mail box is used to create the correspondent exchangeable on the box.
Very fast migration. Minimal downtime
in game is to have a complete exchange, a lot environment in the cloud and manage your users in the cloud as well.
So the steps with this first off, you have to verify your domain ownership in Officer 65. Then you started the express migration that's kicked off by running the office 3 65 hybrid configuration wizard on your exchange server
as a radi connect crazy users and office 3 65 to give it a starting point,
us on those users corresponding licenses.
And then you start the minimal hybrid migration after everyone's mailbox has migrated.
You have data, DNS. Records, your Imex, auto discover and that's it. You're done.
Would an express migration be recommended for an organization one Exchange 2007 with 200 mailboxes that wants to move to exchange online quickly?
So we have 200 mailboxes we have. They want to move quickly and their own exchange. 2000 and seven to all three of those scenarios meet express migration.
The answer is no 2007 version of exchange does not meet it.
So if this organization really want to use express migration, they will first need to upgrade their on premise exchange environment. So, to recap, this very short model express migration requires on premise Exchange 2010. Plus,
it's a quick process, taking less in a few weeks.
Thank you for joining me for this very short model.
I hope to see you back for the next one. Thank you.