You can use Migration Wizard to extract the following data.
|Messages||These include phone messages and
discussion messages (for GroupWise 5.x only).
Note Unsent messages specified for delayed delivery are migrated as sent items in Outlook.
|Folder structure||GroupWise folders are migrated to Outlook folders with the same names.|
|Attachments||Attachments to calendar items are migrated to the Calendar Attachments folder. The message body of the calendar item is appended with a message pointing to the location of the attachments.|
|Calendar information||This includes tasks, notes, and meeting requests; however, there are some special considerations to be aware of.|
|Archive files||To migrate archive files to Exchange, users must move the files to the GroupWise message store on the GroupWise server.|
Tip You can control which items you migrate on the Migration Information screen in Migration Wizard.
Migration Wizard does not migrate the following items.
|Character formatting of data in GroupWise message bodies||For example, fonts and WordPerfect characters; however, information about positional formatting such as tabs, spacing, and new lines is retained.|
|GroupWise filters, rules, and resources||Filters and rules can be re-created in Outlook after migration.|
|External gateway addresses, distribution lists, group addresses, personal group addresses, and personal address books||Gateway addresses, distribution lists, and group addresses can be re-created in Exchange after migration. (For GroupWise 5.x only, users can import the Novell Personal Address Book (PAB) into Outlook and re-create personal group addresses after migration.)|
|Security settings for messages||For example, messages classified as Confidential are migrated as normal messages.|
|Deleted or archived messages||These are not migrated.|
|Documents in the GroupWise document library||These are not migrated.|
|Comments (GroupWise 5.x only)||When a GroupWise 5.x user accepts or declines an appointment, note, or task, he or she can enter comments. These comments are not migrated.|