Dell Software released a new version of Coexistence Manager for Notes(R). Coexistence Manager for Notes version 3.5.1 provides coexistence between Exchange and Notes E-Mail Systems and eases migration activities in large scale infrastructures.
New features include:
• Expanded Free/Busy support to include Lotus Domino 8.5.3 FP2
• Improved message conversion provides more robust coexistence with Exchange 2003
• More granular control of object names when Directory Connector performs an update
• Improved HTML fidelity for Outlook 2003 users
Notes Migrator for Exchange Version 4.7 introduces a lot of new features and product enhancements
Dell published the Version 220.127.116.11 of the Notes Migrator for Exchange. One of the new features is the BlackBerry migration support:
NME now supports migration of BlackBerry accounts and devices as part of a migration from Notes to Exchange. Specifically, NME supports migration from Domino BES 4.1 to Exchange BES 5.0
(Source: Quest Notes Migrator for Exchange 18.104.22.168 Release Notes, last revised 5/14/2013)
Dell published the version 8.10 of the migration software Quest Migration Manager for Active Directory. The new release 8.10 will allow using Windows 2012 domains and domain controllers in Inter-Forest migration projects as migration target infrastructure.
- Migrate objects to Windows 2012 Active Directory
- Synchronize objects with Windows 2012 Active Directory in both directions
- Synchronize passwords with Windows 2012 Active Directory
- Migrate SID-History to Windows 2012 Active Directory
- Migrate computers to Windows 2012 Active Directory
However, there is one limitation to mention at this point: Windows 2012’s breaking feature Dynamic Access Control (DAC) is not supported when trying to migrate from a non DAC to DAC permission model or from DAC to DAC.
(Source: Quest Migration Manager 8.10 Release Notes, last revised 5/7/2013)
Migration Manager for Exchange 8.10 is available for download via the Dell/Quest support website along with CPUU 5.2. Remarkable is the support for single-hop Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2013 migration scenarios and public folder migration coexistence to Exchange 2013 public folder mailbox technology.
Together with Exchange 2013 as target mailbox system, wave 15 of Office 365 is also officially supported.
According to the release notes, QMM Exchange 8.10 provides the following features:
- Migrate Microsoft Exchange 2000–2010 mailboxes to Microsoft Exchange 2013 without locking users out of their mailboxes.
- Benefit from direct one-step migration from legacy Microsoft Exchange 2000–2010 servers to Microsoft Exchange 2013.
- Migrate your public folders from Microsoft Exchange 2000–2010 to Microsoft Exchange 2013 with co-existence enabled.
- Benefit from full two-way calendar (free/busy) synchronization between Microsoft Exchange 2000-2010 and Microsoft Exchange 2013 organizations during the migration.
- Migrate Microsoft Exchange 2000–2010 mailboxes to Microsoft Office 365 Wave 15 without locking users out of their mailboxes and without extra pre-migration steps. Set up full two-way calendar (free/busy) synchronization during the migration process.
- Consolidate your multiple source forests into the single Office 365 cloud.
- Migrate your Microsoft Exchange organization to an existing hybrid environment with single sign-on enabled.
- Use Migration Manager for Active Directory to create mail-enabled user accounts, and benefit from using the native move job for your Microsoft Exchange 2003–2010 to Microsoft Exchange 2003–2010 migrations (an Exchange 2010 CAS server in the source or target organization is required).
Client Profile Updating Utility 5.2 (aka EMWProf):
- Client Profile Updating Utility (CPUU): Support switching Microsoft Outlook 2013 user profiles from source to target Exchange server
- Client Profile Updating Utility (CPUU): Support for Windows 8 as an end-user platform
- Client Profile Updating Utility (CPUU): Support for Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 as a target.
(Source: “Release Notes for Quest Migration Manager for Exchange, April 30th”)
Version 3.4.1 corrects minor problems and contains all existing hotfixes
Dell/Quest Software released a new version of Coexistence Manager for Notes. Actual Version is now 3.4.1.
The 3.4.1 is mainly focussed on correcting bugs and improving product Quality.
Coexistence Manager for Notes provides coexistence between Exchange and Notes E-Mail Systems and eases migration activities in large scale infrastructures.
The release 3.4.1 is compatible with Exchange 2013, Exchange 2010 SP3 and Outlook 2013 and provides enhanced iOS Support.
Improved Features sinceversion 3.4.0:
- a Directory Connector Engine for more granular control
- Simplified customization of object naming, Attribute mapping and filtering
- Exchange resource scheduling by Notes users during coexistence period.