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July 17 2012 3 17 /07 /July /2012 11:08

 In today’s competitive scenario, there is completely no scope of inappropriateness and inaccessibility as it might result in giving an edge to the competitors. As of today, email has become such an essential part of any organization’s communication system that any complexity related to it is unbearable for smooth functioning of work process. Novell Groupwise is one of the cross-platform enabled messaging software that is widely used by large number of organizations for effective communication.


With the changing needs and requirements, the user may require migration of the user mailboxes of Novell Groupwise to Exchange server. Though it is an extremely simple and quick process by making use of a third party software but still sometimes there is not clean and accurate migration of Groupwise to Exchange. This can be well understood by considering an example.


Suppose a user attempts to migrate the mailboxes of entire organization from Novell to Exchange but after the completion of migration process he encounters that the archive folder is not migrated. This is because unlike MS Outlook, Novell Groupwise maintain the archive folder separately outside the mailbox and the administrator needs to move it separately. Because of the different structure of archive folder and mailbox folder, the simultaneous migration of both of them becomes difficult for any migration utility.


But Kernel for Groupwise to exchange is one such eminent and efficient utility which acts as Groupwise archive converter and ease the process of migration by migrating even the archive folders to PST files. This expeditious utility converts single and even multiple mailboxes in a single go and then saves the migrated mailboxes in PST files or Exchange user profiles. Moreover, this tool supports all versions of Exchange, Outlook and Groupwise. You can get more details about the software, you can visit: http://www.softwaredatarecovery.net/groupwisetopst.html

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