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Notes to Office 365, On Demand
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Notes to Office 365, On Demand
Mon, Oct 10th 2016 10:40p   IONET Software
Our Archiver for Notes product now also exports Notes Mail & Archives directly to Office 365, including On Demand. This means that in a migration, Administrators might choose to migrate only recent Mail to Office 365 (e.g. the last 2 weeks, last 6 months etc), but also allow users to search and migrate any important older mail that they want to keep - employment contracts, legal information, personal mail, contact information etc. This makes all historical Notes Mail available to users,




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