Imap migration
Mail Migration

Imap Migration

Migration from any Imap Source to Office 365, Gsuite or Exchange

Central interface

Key Features

  • Easily migrate any IMAP server

  • Supports many IMAP  server products.

  • Supports many authentication mechanisms. A powerful self service mode when global admin access is not possible

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Key Points

  • Nothing to install, remote access to your Imap servers

  • Central interface

  • Secured: MFA, ISO 27001 datacenters

What’s migrated:

  • Mails and folders structures

What’s not migrated:

  • Imap is not a protocol for calendars and contacts.


  • Supports a large variety of IMAP servers

  • Migrate using advanced filter settings

  • Automate your migration.

Imap migration solution

Benefits & Functionalities

  • Concurrent Migrations: Run hundreds of migrations in parallel
  • Delta passes
  • Advanced filtering options
  • Dashboard and Migration Reports
  • Automatic mapping of permissions
  • Automatic rewriting of email addresses
  • Support all types of migration: bigbang, cutover, staged, by batches
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Asked Questions

Email migration is the process of moving an email account from one server or system to another. It’s often necessary when a company switches email platforms or needs to consolidate servers for cost-effectiveness, better performance, or improved user experience.

Email migration typically involves exporting the data from the source email system (such as Lotus Notes or Zimbra), converting it into a format compatible with the destination system (such as Google Workspace or Microsoft 365), and then importing it into the new system.

The principal challenge is to be able to create a migration account that has access to all mailboxes. This depends on the IMAP server implementation.

Data security during migration can be ensured by using secure protocols, encrypting data during transmission, and choosing a trusted and reliable migration service.

Imap is a protocol for synchronizing mails and folders only.

The duration of an email migration depends on several factors including the amount of data to be migrated, the speed of the network, and the performance of the source and destination servers.

Yes, the migration is a copy of source content to target content. Access to the source is readonly, therefore it remains available and untouched during the migration.

IMAP migration involves moving emails from any server that supports IMAP, while Exchange migration is specifically for migrating data from Microsoft Exchange servers. Exchange migration may also include more types of data, such as contacts and calendars.

Downtime can be minimized during an email migration by careful planning, performing a test migration beforehand, scheduling the migration during off-peak hours, and using reliable migration tools or services.

The costs associated with email migration can include the cost of migration tools or services + eventually the cost of the coexistence solution if selected.

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