Why use CloudMigrator Go?

If you have a migration that is <500 users and non-complex in its nature, CloudMigrator Go is perfect for you.

Likewise, if you do not have access to a Windows environment.

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What platforms does CloudMigrator support?

See our Supported Features page for G Suite and Office 365

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We have acquired a company and want to migrate their emails to our existing domain. Can CloudMigrator do this?

Yes. Often you will want to retain the same domain name also, so a domain cutover is needed, you can find more information this via our KnowledgeBase 

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Does CloudMigrator migrate shared mailboxes, groups, resources etc. (basically anything that is not straightforward mail)?

Yes, CloudMigrator supports the migration of shared mailboxes, groups, resources, public folders, Team Drives, SharePoint and more. See our supported features page here G Suite and Office 365

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What success-rate does CloudMigrator offer?

The average success rate of the 7 million users we've migrated so far is 99.9%

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How does CloudMigrator know what users to migrate?

You provide a list of users for CloudMigrator to migrate, or you can use the "Get Users" function and tailor this list to your requirement. You can specify if the user migrates at all and if so (depending on the platform selected) Mail, Calendar, Tasks, Sites, Notes and Drive.

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What ports are required to be open for CloudMigrator?

HTTPS 443, SQL 1433, REDIS 6379/6380

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How many instances of CloudMigrator can I run?

As many as you like! CloudMigrator is scalable and can be run across an unlimited number of servers.

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How many times can I run CloudMigrator?

You can run CloudMigrator as many times as you require, however, it is important to bear in mind that Email, Calendar, Tasks and Sites changes between the initial/first/bulk migration and subsequent or final/delta migrations will not be migrated. We have a recommended migration approach outlined in our KnowledgeBase.

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