My Blog posting on Binary Tree’s Website This blog is one I have written fro Binary Tree regarding what to do with your legacy Domino infrastructure after migrating to Exchange. See how Binary Tree can help reduce that Domino footprint. This solution also works with Existing Domino Environments.
Here is a great Blog Posting from Binary Tree on Exchange to Exchange migrations. http://www.binarytree.com/Blog/Blog/June-2012/Speeding-Migration-to-Office-365-E2E-Complete.aspx
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Smart, Fast, and Simple! Join Binary Tree at Exchange Connections – Binary Tree. Are you attending Exchange Connections in Las Vegas next week (November 1, 2011 – November 3, 2011)? If so, join Binary Tree in booth #227 where we’ll be demonstrating our Exchange migration solution, E2E Complete, a Best of TechEd 2011 Award Finalist.
The World’s Fastest Exchange Migration Software Now Supports Cross-Forest Exchange Migrations – Binary Tree. Over 14 GB per hour in a Cross Forest Exchange Migration. WOW
Lessons from the Field: The Importance of High-Fidelity Inspections – Binary Tree. What does your Domino Environment have today? How hard is it to find out what applications you have, how customized they are and who is using what? How many inactive mail files do you have? Read this interesting post from John Wethington of … Continue reading
The End User is King: Ensuring the Interoperability of Hybrid Messaging Systems – Binary Tree. When it comes to hybrid messaging platforms such as Exchange and Domino, the end user is the one that must be satisfied. Please check out my blog posting at Binary Tree on how this diverse group of users can work … Continue reading
Extra-Strength Pain Relief for Exchange Mailbox Migration Headaches – Binary Tree. Great guest blog by Dean Sesko, Systems Architect at Netarx and Microsoft Exchange Certified Master
High Availability and Load Balancing Techniques Using CMT for Coexistence – Binary Tree. Awesome blog entry on how to maintain High Availability with Domino and Exchange Coexistence.
Binary Tree Migrates Lotus Notes Apps to SharePoint 2010. Binary Tree’s Robert Martin blogs about migrating Notes Apps to Sharepoint 2010.