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Pitfalls of Microsoft O365 Migrations Part 1: Mailbox Size, Spam Filtering, & Address Change

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Pitfalls of Microsoft O365 Migrations Part 1: Mailbox Size, Spam Filtering, & Address Change

There are several pitfalls that organizations experience when doing Microsoft O365 migrations. This is the first part of a three part video series where I outline some of the most common pitfalls I've seen organizations run into. A lot of people don't fully understand how much your IT deficit has impact on your ability to migrate data. In this first video, I discuss Mailbox Size, Spam Filtering, & Address Changes. If you're looking for more information around O365 migrations, I recently held a webinar with a couple of my colleagues that takes a deep dive into the topic.

 

Microsoft O365 Migrations Part 1

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AolvWD0F7XQ[/youtube]

 

Interested in learning more about Microsoft O365 Migrations? Download David's recent webinar, "Microsoft Office 365: Expectations vs. Reality"

 

By David Barter, Practice Manager, Microsoft Technologies

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