Software Working Preview

Stepwise product guide to be followed for carrying out process successfully. Follow the steps accordingly to proceed further:

  1. Go to start » All Programs » Exchange to Office 365 Migration Tool. The First Windows of the software looks like as shown below.

  2. Click on Add File to add the EDB file.

  3. Click on the Select File radio button and to browse the EDB file
    Note: If Priv.stm or Pub.stm on the same location then software automatically select the .stm file. Otherwise you have to manually browse the STM file location and add if required.

    Browse the desired EDB file, select it and click on Open button.

  4. After completion of search process, the software enlists .edb files stored at local storage
    • Search All Drive: To search the file from all the Drives.
    • Search Selected Drive: To search the file from selected drive

    Then after click on Add file button to start the process.
    Now choose the .edb file and add the file for scanning.
    Next click Search option to search the .edb files.

  5. The software provides the dual modes for scanning i.e Quick and Advance
    • Quick Mode: Provides faster recovery of mailboxes or folders from Exchange database files � .edb
    • Advance Mode: If you are not able to view the data after using quick scan mode or if the .edb file is highly corrupted then use the Advance scan mode. As it is designed for deep data recovery task. This Software support Advance Scan on 64 bit OS also.
    Click on Add button to proceed further.

  6. Now the scanning process will start.

  7. As soon as the scanning process is completed a dialog box appears confirming success of the scanning process, the mailbox lists itself in the left panel itself. User can also save the scanned EDB file for further use.

  8. Expand mailbox items using the + option given near each mailboxes. Click on the desierd mailbox for which you want to view its content.
    Normal Mail View : Select a particular Email to get a Normal Mail View of the e-mail data at the bottom pane.

    Attachments: Preview Attachments present inside a particular email by clicking on the Attachments tab.

  10. Click on Export button to export the edb files.

  11. Click on Office 365 radio button to import the EDB file to the office 365 mailbox. You need to configure "Office 365" settings. Click on Advanced Settings.

  12. User Impersonation:
    Admin SMTP: Provide the Admin username for the admin account
    Password: Provide the password for the admin account.

    General Settings
    • Date Filter Option: Apply date & Time filter to set specific duration of Date & Time Range to retrieve desired mailbox items
    • Categories: This option allows users to select the desired mailbox items such as Mails, Contacts, Calendars, Tasks, Journals, & Notes.

  13. A dialog box will appear. It shows the successful status of the saved settings. Click on Ok button.

  14. To import EDB to Office 365.
    There are two ways for migrating/exporting maiboxes to Office 365.
    • Enter Destination Mailbox
    • Provide Destination Mailbox(SMTP address) from CSV

  15. Destination Mailbox
    You can choose Enter Destination Mailbox option for migrating the EDB file to Office 365.


    You can add a CSV file by the import CSV option. These files can include the username and password as follows:

  16. Then click on Next button.

  17. The software will prompt for Exchange mailbox name. Provide the valid Exchange mailbox name as shown below. Now the mailbox will be validated.

  18. The Export process will start. The software shows the status of the exported file.

    The software will prompt the message for successful export of the files.

  19. You can save the Export Report with Success and Fail Count of the file.

  20. Save the file in CSV (Comma Separated Values) file format to the desired location. Click on Save button.

  21. A dialog box appears. It will show the destination path of the saved Export Report. Click on Ok button.

  22. Now you can navigate to the above destination path and view the Export Report in MS Excel.