Tzunami Deployer for Exchange Public Folders enables content migration into SharePoint products and Technology. Tzunami Deployer for Exchange Public Folders is part of the Tzunami Deployer Family of Products, which has been developed specifically to respond to all SharePoint (MOSS) 2007, SharePoint 2010, SharePoint 2013, SharePoint 2016, SharePoint 2019 and SharePoint Online migration requirements. The solution allows the user to run the export command on one machine, while loading the data onto another. With the ability to connect remotely to the Exchange Public Server, users easily chose the content to be migrated.
Tzunami Deployer for Exchange migration has the ability to run exporter from the command line, allowing running exports as part of scripts. This tool supports primarily content migration from Exchange Public Folders to MOSS.
Exporting documents from Exchange Public Folders:
Tzunami Deployer for Exchange Public Folders allows users to export the following types of objects from the Exchange Public Folders to SharePoint:
For details regarding support for additional object types please contact the Tzunami Support Team at [email protected].
As part of the export process, Tzunami Deployer for Exchange Public Folders exports users and groups, as well as the following permissions:
Using Tzunami Deployer’s security mappings, users can perform the migration of users, groups (and groups membership) and permissions even across Active Directory domains. Tzunami Deployer is the leading provider of Exchange Public Folders to MOSS migration tool.
Events in calendars are exported with their recurrence information. If migrated into a Calendar list in SharePoint, the SharePoint events will have the same recurrence information.
Depending on how you plan to use your SharePoint, Mail items can be migrated as MSG files into a Documents Library, Microsoft Outlook or similar software will be required to open these documents. Data-items in a Generic List. The attachments of the mail item become attachments of the data-item. The body of the mail is migrated as a property of the items. Note, that during the export process attachments of mail items are exported both as a part of the mail’s MSG file and as regular attachments. This allows users to migrate mail items into either a Document Library or a Generic List.