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Tuesday, May 27, 2014

#CalDAV to #MSExchange calendar migration tool

A quick gut-check from our loyal readers: do you guys want a CalDAV to Microsoft Exchange migration tool?

UPDATE December 2016:  Folks: We did this.

9 comments:

Frank Hegenberg said...

Yes please, this is the only tool I am missing to get the job done.

Frank Hegenberg said...

this is the only step I am away from getting the job done. All other data ca be migrated, only this step is to be done manually - hate it.
Please keep me informed.

zyg said...

Out of curiosity -- what calendaring system are you moving out of?

Frank Hegenberg said...

from 10.6 Server

zyg said...

If you have a hundred or so users, your best bet is this:

http://calendarservermigration.blogspot.com/2014/12/apple-icalendar-to-office-365-migration.html

If you have a few thousand, drop us a line: http://sumatra.com/contact-sumatra/

Frank Hegenberg said...

thanks, that is just the same user count like you did, I have to migrate.

zyg said...

Yeah, it would not be all that difficult for us to do, but it is a lot of elapsed work pulling it all together so it needs to be a sensible business decision for us. If you knew some other Apple folks wanting to go to Exchange we could probably justify it -- but doing the full-state migrations we do is not as simple as everyone automatically thinks they should be or are.

zyg said...

If you have 500 users or more -- we can make a full-state Apple to Microsoft Exchange calendar migration cost-effective. See: http://calendarservermigration.blogspot.com/2015/12/apple-icalendar-to-microsoft-exchange.html

zyg said...

We went ahead and wrote this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wYVXz5Z4B6o