Take command and control over your enterprise-scale Microsoft Exchange migration
E2E Complete handles migrations from Exchange 2003, 2007, and 2010 environments to Exchange 2010, 2013 and 2016 environments as well as to Office 365. Our software brings enterprise adaptability, manageability and scalability to the migration of Microsoft Exchange users, mailboxes and public folders within forests, between forests and to the Microsoft Office 365 Cloud.
Streamline Intra-Forest, Cross-Forest and Cloud Migrations
E2E Complete supports almost all mail migration source and target combinations including moves from Exchange 2003, 2007, and 2010 to Exchange 2010, 2013, 2016 and Office 365.
Set Up a Customized User Migration Schedule for Your Organization
E2E Complete enables you to easily set up migration groups and blackout windows so that migrations can be run automatically based on your unique parameters.
Get an Accurate Forecast of Your Project Completion Date
After setting up migration groups and blackout windows, and running some pilot migrations, E2E Complete can forecast when your project will be completed.
Process Your Migration at the Highest Throughput Possible
E2E Complete leverages PowerShell, which is Microsoft’s fastest migration method, and the throughput can be scaled for the largest of migrations by multi-threading across a CAS array.
Provide Users with a Well-Managed Experience
E2E Complete provides users with a self-service web portal to learn when they will be migrated, sign up for SMS notifications, and to request a different migration date.
Keep Management Informed with Up-to-the-Minute Reports
Administrators and project stakeholders can stay informed of the project and easily view completed and scheduled migration jobs with simple charts and diagrams.
Extend Your Mailbox Migration to Include Public Folders
E2E Complete migrates public folders to public folders in Exchange 2016, 2013, 2010 or Microsoft Office 365, as well as to Office 365 Groups.
Our project timeline was actually delayed and E2E Complete helped to get the project back on target. We learned we could migrate 24 hours a day without needing to worry about overwhelming the system and that really helped the migration timeline.”