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Migrating from Microsoft Exchange now even easier with new Google Apps Migration for Microsoft Exchange tool

Migrating from Microsoft Exchange Server to Google Apps is getting easier. Here's the system requirements needed to migrate:
  • Google Apps Premier or Education Edition
  • Microsoft Exchange 2003/2007 or Hosted Microsoft Exchange
  • Administrator access to Google Apps and Microsoft
Here's the latest news from Google.

The new Google Apps Migration for Microsoft Exchange tool simplifies migration of email, calendar and contacts from both hosted and on-premise Microsoft Exchange to Google Apps. With this tool, admins can:

- Do multiple migrations in parallel.
- Centrally manage migration without end user involvement.
- Selectively migrate email, calendar or contacts (or any combination thereof).
- Migrate from Microsoft Exchange 2003 or 2007.

Editions included:
Premier and Education Editions

Languages included:
US English

How to access what's new:
Download page
- In the administrator control panel, in 'Advanced Tools', enable the checkbox 'Allow users to upload mail using the Email Migration API'.
- Enable two-legged OAUTH, as outlined here.

For more information:
http://googleenterprise.blogspot.com/2010/03/now-its-easy-switch-to-google-apps-from.html
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