PST Archives can be migrated to any supported destination platform.
In order to migrate archives successfully, several things need to be done:
Ensure that archives are available from the workstation running the tool. In order for the migration tool to be able to migrate archives the files and folders that comprise archives must be available for the migration tool to access. Often, what needs to be done is to copy all of the archives to a central location which can be accessed through the file system by the tool.
Service Access to Mapped Drives
If you are using the web version of CloudM Migrate, or secondary servers then you should make sure that the CloudM Migrate service has access to mapped drives if the files are located there. Please see the article on making mapped drives available for more information.
- Password protected PSTs are supported for migration with CloudM Migrate
- Check the number of simultaneous user migrations. The recommended maximum number of simultaneous migrations of PST archives is lower than the usual simultaneous migration count and should be limited to between 10 and 15.
- Specify the correct path to the archives. The full path to each PST archive should be specified in the archive path setting for each user on the users tab. The whole path should be specified, including the file extension.
- Migrating multiple PST files for a single user. To migrate multiple PST files for a single user, specify multiple paths separated by semicolons.
Take care to ensure you provide the correct path and file for each user.