Migrate from Microsoft Mail for PC Networks
Using Migration Wizard, you can migrate in one or two steps. You can migrate some or all of your users' mail. If your users upgrade to Outlook as a preliminary step before migration, it may make sense for them to import their own mail archive files using Outlook.
Note Every MS Mail postoffice has two special accounts that aren't migrated. In the default administrator account, ADMIN, the directory name changes to match the postoffice name so that multiple administrator accounts aren't migrated to one mailbox. The other special account is the Schedule+ version 1.0 administrator, ADMINSCH.
To migrate from Microsoft Mail for PC Networks:
Tip As part of this task, you can train users to use the Outlook client to migrate their archived mail.
Tip Use a two-step migration if you want to change naming conventions by editing the user list file.
Note When migrating mailboxes from Microsoft Mail for PC Networks to Exchange 2000 Server, the following event log message from Information Store (MSExchangeIS) appears for every user who is migrated: NT User Administrator logged on to Administrator mailbox, and is not the Primary Windows NT Account on this mailbox.
This message is a normal result of the migration process and you should not interpret it as an error message.
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Related TopicsMicrosoft Mail for PC Networks Migration Migrating in One or Two Steps