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REFRESH DIAGNOSIS MESSAGING
  

Refresh Diagnosis Messaging has been designed to give decision makers crucial information for the preparation of an evolution project of their messaging systems to Microsoft Office 365 or Exchange 2013.

 

Refresh Diagnosis Messaging is a quick-to-implement solution that analyzes in detail the components of a messaging system: volume of mailboxes by time range, number of elements to migrate, eligibility of source and target directories (Premium version only).

 

The results of the analysis are then presented in a synthetic and comprehensive report, to understand the preparation state of the messaging system, of directories and of workstations (in its Premium version) at the launch of the new Office 365 or Exchange 2013 messaging system. The report also provides three estimations of migration durations based on three standard migration strategies: data priority, migration speed priority and differentiated migration based on Pareto.

 

To learn more about the preparation state of your messaging system for an evolution project to Microsoft Office 365 or Exchange 2013 contact us!

 

Get a better understanding of where you stand to better plan your migration to Microsoft Exchange 2013 or Office 365
 

Comprehensive synthetic report on the preparation state for a migration to Office 365 or Exchange 2013.

Reduced server infrastructure. Server installation supported.

Automatic recognition of the IT system. Automatic and fast installation of agents on PCs (Premium version only).

Analysis and synthesis of all essential elements of a messaging migration: data, directories and workstations (Premium version only).

Eligibility of PCs to Microsoft Office 365 or Microsoft Exchange 2013.

Data migration analysis: volume, number of items, delegations, encryption

Compatibility information on hardware and applications always updated and coherent with the prerequisites edited by Microsoft. 

Software eligibility (Microsoft Outlook or browser). 

Estimated time of migration through three standard migration strategies