Binary Tree (News - Alert) offers software solutions that help companies migrate to email hosting platforms Microsoft (News - Alert) Exchange and Office 365. These solutions are designed for migrating enterprise messaging users and applications to on-premises and cloud-based versions of the Microsoft platform.
Recently, the company released version 3.1 of its award-winning Exchange migration software E2E Complete, which simplifies and streamlines intra-org migrations to Exchange 2010, cross-forest migrations, and migrations to Microsoft Office 365.
"Many of the new features in E2E Complete 3.1 originated as requests from customers as they were planning or performing their migrations," stated Pete Caldecourt, director of Product Management at Binary Tree, in a statement. "The new version gives administrators more fine-grain control over the migration of public folders, the distribution of migrated mailboxes, and user self-service options."
E2E Complete 3.1 includes advanced features for migrating public folders. The new pruning and grafting capabilities enable administrators of environments to select the sub folders that should be migrated and to de-select those that should be excluded. The service also offers full support for public folder migration with Exchange 2007 and for data migrations of public folders within the same Exchange organization.
Additionally, the email hosting solution contains a new equalized distribution capability that gives administrators more control over the migration to the target environment. User groups can be created which can then be migrated evenly across a range of Exchange databases and servers that the administrator has selected.
Administrators can use security groups within Active Directory to select which users will have the ability to "opt out" of their scheduled migration and select an alternative migration time.
In another email hosting related piece, Mimecast, a provider of email hosting and management for Microsoft Exchange, revealed enhancements to its mobile services portfolio for Windows Phone and Android (News - Alert) devices.
With this expansion, Mimecast becomes the first and only email management vendor to offer archive search apps for all major smartphone platforms.
Edited by Jamie Epstein