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Migrate Your Company Email to Office 365-Exchange Online

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Getting Started with Microsoft Exchange online Email. This tutorial helps you migrate to Office 365 (Exchange Online) for business owners or individuals who want to effectively sync contacts, calendar, and emails with all devices. Visit me website: http://www.avoiderrors.net/?p=22570 Features: http://goo.gl/RYrlh8
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MLS MLS (1 month ago)
Nice Video. Wouldn't mind seeing how to Migrate over a company full of employees with their emails / data over to office 365 online from beginning to end. The most convenient and easy way that is.
Nashaat Mena (3 months ago)
thx for your valuable information video
Jacob Bustamante (3 months ago)
Thank you Miguel, great video. I enjoyed is very easy and helpful.
Arthur Charles Egan (4 months ago)
Thanks for the Video - that's helpful, however, i have a few questions: 1. Could you do a video with the newer interface. 2. My Hosting is not based in the US, so the adding the items manually SUPER helpful. My user interface uses CPanel, and the IT guy i asked for assistance with the initial setup, was super helpful aswell, but advised deleting the records to do with pop3/imap - is this necessary? 3. i also have multiple MX, TXT, CNAME files that i believe are irrelevant, but need to see about deleting - before I have a full website etc up and running
Shiv Gupta (5 months ago)
For Outlook PST to Office 365 migration, you can also use Kernel Import PST to Office 365 software.
jamminwithjam (5 months ago)
Video fenomenal!.... Oye, como mola! Muchos tutoriales sin explicar partes específicas que tu llegáis a describir de manera clara y concisa. Muy bueno... Saludos, Miguel!
Duane McCullough (5 months ago)
I used this information back in 2016 and also 2017. Thank you so much for this. The Microsoft Consultants were going to charge and arm and a leg
Carlos Ramos (6 months ago)
Great video. What software do you use for your videos?
Corey Sexton-IT (6 months ago)
Hey Miguel; I was wondering.. once O365 is completely setup.. how do you import users .pst intos Office 365 online. I know how to importat/export in outlook on the desktop; but trying to figure out how to import Pst's to users already created in the Office 365 Admin Panel / or if you can create new users by using their PST data files in O365 online
Miles Turney (2 months ago)
The title of this video is a little misleading. He didn't migrate anything. He just setup Office 365 and thats it. Migration is the actual moving of email to another provider which didn't happen here. Good video but this is not a migration.
Saravanan Nagarajan (6 months ago)
Great Thank you....
Jerin George Pallath (7 months ago)
This video helped a lot. Thanq !
Hong Socheaya (10 months ago)
It is great video. My company uses many with its own hosting. If I move one email to Exchange 365. And the rest is still with company server. Is it ok, right?
Barnendu Goswami (7 months ago)
It's not purely a "365" question. Basically; in DNS, each domain name has a DNS MX record. Each MX record is pointing at an IP address. If you move/change the MX record, to point at the Microsoft servers; then it affects only that DNS (domain name). The others will still be pointing at the address/es that they were pointing at before.
tartak17 (8 months ago)
I have the same question! I guess it's ok but not sure at all
AqArias (10 months ago)
With the setting you have setup, you will be recieving email on both servers no? So they would be running parallel?Thanks
Chancetek, LLC (1 year ago)
Excellent video! Thank you.
Pedro Cirene (1 year ago)
I have look for this information in many other source and none have including cbt nugget, lynda and others. Man great thanks for sharing!!!!
Tom Diem (1 year ago)
Miguel, my web hosting company owns my domain. They are outsourcing the email service within my hosting package to a third party next week. The third party gave me a range of $400 to $600 to switch my service over to Office 365. I'm thinking this is a bit high. Not having access to my domain is a problem. The third party charging this seemingly high fee to switch is another problem. Is there something I'm missing? Do you have any ideas how I should proceed if I want to switch to my new Office 365 account?
Joseph Rodrigues (1 year ago)
very good overview well done
Michael Marino (1 year ago)
How about a hybrid Exchange 2010 migration to exchange online? Any links for good videos?
Prashant Sharma (1 year ago)
beautiful and simple.
Lalo Munoz (1 year ago)
very simple explanation. thank you for taking us step by step.
Abiodun Ogunniyi (1 year ago)
can i have multiple domain names on one online exchange license?
Marino Scotoni (1 year ago)
Thanks Miguel, very precise and intuitive.
Osmi Hu (1 year ago)
Holla! Nice video you have there! On a similar note; have you started communicating with " Vidadsmedia Email Tools " (do a google search)? My boss had some dealings with them and was impressed by their great knowledge on email tools!
Yutana Lee (2 years ago)
Thank you.
AvoidErrors (2 years ago)
Thanks
Nicholas Krenytzky (2 years ago)
Excellent!!
Samantha Ivery (2 years ago)
HI Miguel, Will completing all the task in this video affect my current exchange server and ability to receive mail? I would like to complete these task for testing purposes.
motorambler (2 years ago)
Awesome tutorial -- thx for sharing! Does this tutorial still apply if I have my own domain name but no email account for my domain?
Patrick Artounian (2 years ago)
Thank you for the tutorial. I'm a Linux sys admin so I'm trying to better understand our On-Premises Windows server. Is there any way to have our (domain/workgroup) user login on the cloud too? EDIT: Also, there is no tutorial for migrating user data correct?
RS2002 (2 years ago)
Nice work
Syam Nath (2 years ago)
u r great. i was confused how to create an existing domain to convert ms office 365
Chawn Crawley (2 years ago)
Is this a solid way to go if one is trying to use Mac desktop and Blackberry 10 mobile?
AvoidErrors (2 years ago)
+Chawn Crawley yes sir
ario dhilla (2 years ago)
thank u bro for sharing ur knowledge
DR Tech (2 years ago)
very good video! thank you very much!
Jay Stavenes (2 years ago)
WOW! Thankyou! this is the first time I have seen this explained simply and with reasonable detail! I do have a question, how do you handle say 200 users? I have looked at the microsoft info, but the "imap or any other email system" instructions are terrible!, I would like to setup about 10 users at a time, but right now as I understand it, office 365 can not co-exist with any other system except exchange with a enterprise license?,, someone said there may be way to use email forwarding? I know I could ask all users to email me their email passwords (we can not see,,their passwords only reset them),, I could make all the passwords new,, and we are using a pop system so no need to migrate boxes necessarily...but getting all there old office 2007 and such email clients to open 365 (E1, E2, E3) variants
ferdous bhuiyan (2 years ago)
this is very simple and jargon free, i am really appreciate your effort which gives a quick glimpse of exchange online and office 365.Thanks a lot.
Keith Miles (2 years ago)
Do you have a video on migrating over public folders? Thanks
Shaun van Tonder (3 years ago)
Hi Miguel.... Very informative video regarding DNS. We want to move away from on premis exchange to office 365... This seems like an easy way however in our case it seems automation is going to be the problem here.. The only issue I see here is the user having 2 passwords... One for AD and one for exchange... Our users move around in the office so we are used to the autosetup of exchange... What would you suggest in our case ? We also want simplicity.... Much appreciated. Shaun
Remya P (3 years ago)
Thank you very much. Such a useful video
Javier Lima (3 years ago)
Great video. question one user apply one email address .. or with one $4/month user you can add all your email address in you company ?
AvoidErrors (3 years ago)
+javier lima no just one. additional emails i $4 per email
Ignacio B. (3 years ago)
You are a Genious! My only problem was that I got it from MyDomain and now I know that SRV is not allowed for Skype for business. Al CNAMES ok.
Rachel Ziegler (3 years ago)
Where is your video about Importing User Data?  Thanks!
Rachel Ziegler (3 years ago)
+AvoidErrors Thanks!
AvoidErrors (3 years ago)
+Rachel Marrs hello this should help: http://www.avoiderrors.net/?p=22625
Skilful (3 years ago)
Very useful, thanks for sharing.
Richard Hendrickson (3 years ago)
Hmm...  Sounds familar
Navishkar Sadheo (3 years ago)
thanks man, that was excellent!
manoj kumar (3 years ago)
Hi, How do we do this for Microsoft exchange 2010? Thanks in advance

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