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    Anyone Successfully Using MS PST Capture tool to upload PST's to Office 365

    Just installed the tool but it will not find users on the Office 365.

    I've logged into the computer as the account running the service and used an account should have correct rights in Office 365 but when going to Set Mailbox it only lists the On-Premise mailboxes.

    When I go to Tools > Settings the Check password and Connectivity passes the test.

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    What URL are you using as your connection URL? I've found on some machines you have to use outlook.office365.com and on others the POD34545.etc address to get it to correctly see the mailboxes. Also, leaving it an hour helps. I've done a few Migrations using it now, and the experience is different every time.

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