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Migrations from the college-hosted Exchange 2010 to Exchange Online are happening in staged groups. You will be notified prior to your migration.  
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Migrations from the college-hosted Exchange 2010 to Exchange Online are happening in staged groups. You will be notified of the migration process via email prior to your migration.  
  
===Connecting a Mail Client to Exchange Online===
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There will be no impact on your workflows during the migration process. Once your account has been migrated, you can view your mailbox via the updated web application by logging in to portal.office.com with your Evergreen credentials.
* Post migrations any mail clients you use may need to be reconnected.  
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* Many mail clients will automatically reconnect but may require your confirmation to approve the new auto-discovery server to get new settings for your account. Go ahead and allow your client to connect.
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===Connecting a local mail client to Exchange Online===
* A few folks have needed to disconnect their account from their mail client and then reconnect using the Exchange account connector.
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* Post-migration, any mail clients you use may need to be reconnected.  
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* Many mail clients will automatically reconnect but may require your confirmation to approve the new auto-discovery server to get new settings for your account. Please allow your client to connect.
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* You might need to disconnect your account from the mail client and re-connect using the Exchange account connector.
  
 
=== What may stop working post-migration===
 
=== What may stop working post-migration===
* if you were the delegate that manages reservations for a Resource/Room Mailbox that is still hosted on-prem, you will no longer be able to approve reservation until that resource mailbox has been migrated.
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* If you manage reservations for a resource mailbox (often a meeting room) that is still hosted via Exchange 2010, you will no longer be able to approve reservation until that resource mailbox has been migrated.
* If you had access to view other people's calendars you may need to reconnect.
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* If you shared calendars in the previous iteration, you may need to reconnect.
  
  
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Revision as of 15:23, 13 January 2020


What to expect following your mailbox migration to Exchange Online.

Migrations from the college-hosted Exchange 2010 to Exchange Online are happening in staged groups. You will be notified of the migration process via email prior to your migration.

There will be no impact on your workflows during the migration process. Once your account has been migrated, you can view your mailbox via the updated web application by logging in to portal.office.com with your Evergreen credentials.

Connecting a local mail client to Exchange Online

  • Post-migration, any mail clients you use may need to be reconnected.
  • Many mail clients will automatically reconnect but may require your confirmation to approve the new auto-discovery server to get new settings for your account. Please allow your client to connect.
  • You might need to disconnect your account from the mail client and re-connect using the Exchange account connector.

What may stop working post-migration

  • If you manage reservations for a resource mailbox (often a meeting room) that is still hosted via Exchange 2010, you will no longer be able to approve reservation until that resource mailbox has been migrated.
  • If you shared calendars in the previous iteration, you may need to reconnect.