Just checked out the screenshot doc. That message is a red herring as it will claim to use port 993 even if you have set it to port 143 and no encryption when you configured the endpoint. I had the same yesterday but it did process the migration request.
You can create a new endpoint, and when you try and add a new task it will then give you a drop down to pick which endpoint you wish to connect to. In my case yesterday it was our old MDaemon server and the Easymail server for the primary.
Sometimes it can take Office 365 a while before you can delete items, but it will eventually go.
I have done a migration test for your easymail server and it has come back as a success.
PS N:\> Test-MigrationServerAvailability -IMAP -RemoteServer mail.yourschoolname.dorset.sch.uk -Port 143
RunspaceId : 839752c9-f9d6-487e-aa05-077c1cf1a64f
Result : Success
SupportsCutover : False
IsValid : True
ObjectState : New
After deleting the failed syncs you need to give it some time and eventually you'll be able to delete the endpoint.
The email account is one with only a handful of emails in it - any idea how long it should take to migrate?
It should take a few minutes at most if there is not much in the account, but most of mine claimed completion after about half an hour but I only selected a maximum of 1 sync.
If you log in to the office 365 account they should be there now.
It says synced but not finalised?
If it says it's synced and doesn't say there were any errors then you're fine.
Synced means it's completed as @plexer says.
When you start the next batch of account migrations, select the same endpoint and away you go. Any errors will be e-mailed to your primary office 365 account.
I started a new batch this morning and 10 worked but quite a few failed - I got a message about not being able to contact the server?
I have checked with a couple of people and the passwords havent changed so what could be wrong?
I did a new csv withthe ones that failed but the time it is taking would indicate that they are failing again
Last edited by witch; 4th December 2013 at 10:12 AM.
There is a limit on the number of IMAP connections that can be made, so the connection error might be that it has timed out.
I've just noticed, it says a total of 0 mailboxes - it said 10 this morning when I did it as it is the 10 that failed from the other migration
Last edited by witch; 4th December 2013 at 01:21 PM.
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