Migrate from Metalogix to Microsoft Exchange

Essential specialise in Metalogix Archive Manager to Microsoft Exchange migrations.

We can help you move your email archives by overseeing a seamless, selective & audited migration from Metalogix Archive Manager to MS Exchange. 

MAM to Exchange email archive migration

Looking for a super-fast & reliable migration from MAM to Exchange?

Long-term specialists in Metalogix Archive Manager, Essential is ideally placed to ensure you get the fastest, most reliable and relevant solution for your MAM to Microsoft Exchange migration.

We use Transvault, a solution that is proven in over 1,750 migrations, and that can be delivered either as a fully managed service or as an assisted migration (where we can empower your own IT team to oversee a successful project).

Move your archive in 1 clean, fast step

Your archives are migrated by a high-performance service that connects directly to both your MAM archive and Exchange using cutting-edge techniques to avoid the effect of service throttling.

There's no interim storage or formats that could compromise the integrity of your data or add extra cost and time to your migration.

Prioritising the end-user experience

Our solution preserves the end user's view of their archived emails as you move.  Folder structures are maintained and MAM shortcuts are cleaned up, ensuring end-users have a seamless migration experience into Exchange.

100% Data Integrity

As part of the migration you'll get detailed chain-of-custody reports showing time-stamped, 1:1 mappings of the item ID in the MAM archive and the new ItemID created in Microsoft Exchange, enabling your business to meet compliance objectives.

Ready to migrate your Metalogix email archives to Exchange?

Complete the form and get a free consultation with one of our migrations specialists (useful which ever way you decide to migrate!)

We had no issues and no surprises and achieved our objective to migrate all archived email. Essential delivered what was promised at the outset.

 - Dorothy O'Regan, NUI Galway