MigrationWiz

Your data migration tool

MigrationWiz is a completely cloud-based data migration solution that helps companies move from existing messaging systems to new ones, seamlessly and affordably. With no hardware or software to install, this is a solution designed to meet the needs of individuals, IT administrators, consultants, system integrators and service providers interested in migrating mailboxes.

MigrationWiz requires no local installation, no software to download and no technical knowledge for deployment.

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Key features

Perform migrations 24/7

24 hours a day, 7 days a week worldwide.

Zero user downtime

Access to email, data, etc. throughout the migration.

Maximum security

Through SAS 70/PCI environments.

No hardware to install

No software to download or install. No hardware to deploy.

Easy to use

Configure, purchase and submit migrations in minutes with no prior experience or training required.

Migrate calendars, contacts and notes

Migrate not only your mailboxes, but your contacts, calendars, archived files, public folders and more.

Additional information

Product Sheet

What kind of items can be migrated besides mailboxes?

MigrationWiz has four main types of migration; in order, they are: Mailbox Migration (mailboxes, as well as peripherals like contacts, calendars, notes, & journals), Public Folder Migration (shared mail folders such as contacts, calendars, and notes), Document Migration (any kind of file that you can store on your Google Drive or OneDrive), and Archive Migration (archives and PST files, which can also be used to migrate mailboxes from older or more finicky mail systems).

What mail systems does MigrationWiz support?

MigrationWiz supports migration from every major modern mail system. For a complete list, check out their Mailbox Migration page.

How many items can I migrate concurrently?

MigrationWiz doesn’t limit the number of concurrent migrations, but it depends on the settings of your source and destination servers

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