This article describes Microsoft Office 365 to Office 365 migration limitations and what is migrated with the platform.
- Mailboxes (emails, folders, contacts, tasks, inbound rules, notes, journal).
- Shared, Rooms and equipment mailboxes are recreated and migrated.
- Primary and secondary calendars.
- Hidden folders are migrated to the target system.
- Rooms and equipment.
- Permissions and delegations on mailboxes and calendars.
- Distribution Lists.
- X500 aliases.
- In-Place/Online Archives.
- Personal team chat messages (or 1:1 chats) are migrated with a mailbox migration license.
- Out of office messages.
- Attachments to calendar events.
- Public folders are not supported.
- Task steps and “add to my day”.
- OneDrives are migrated to OneDrives and/or SharePoint Online libraries.
- Permissions on OneDrive documents are migrated when you migrate to OneDrive and SharePoint Online.
- Folder structures.
- Cloudiway migration keeps versions and metadata (date of creation, date of modification, owner,etc.)
- Cloudiway migration updates the “Shared with me” view so that your users know which files are shared with them.
To learn more about the file migration limitations, please check out this article.
The following article explains what Teams migration does and how it works:
Check out our Admin guide for Microsoft Teams migration for additional information.
SharePoint Sites migration
Cloudiway Migration platform is a SaaS application that allows you to migrate your SharePoint sites between Office 365 tenants. The platform connects directly to the two tenants and migrates the sites between them. The source is read and pushed to the target tenant.
Cloudiway migrates SharePoint sites to SharePoint online and these are the limitations:
Check out our Admin guide for SharePoint migration for additional information.