Find out why Transvault is the go-to solution for Dell EMC SourceOne email archive migrations

Posted by Liam Neate on Oct 11, 2021 Last updated Oct 11, 2021

Benefits of migrating your SourceOne archive to Cloud platforms such as Microsoft 365

If your SourceOne archive no longer meets your requirements, don’t panic! Now is the perfect time to review your email strategy and consider a move to a Cloud platform such as Microsoft 365. There are many benefits to migrating your SourceOne data to the Cloud, here are just a few:

  • You will save significant costs from no longer having to maintain a separate email archive solution 
  • Centralising your data in the Cloud will reduce the cost of data administration 
  • The ability to access your data at anytime from anywhere will improve business resilience 
  • You’ll experience better collaboration through tools such as Microsoft Teams for SharePoint 
  • There are ever-growing security capabilities within cloud platforms. 
  • You’ll have improved eDiscovery and compliance capability

To ensure you have a smooth migration and quickly see these benefits, you need an expert migration partner. In this video blog, we outline Transvault and our Partners experience and expertise in SourceOne Cloud migrations and how we can help you deliver a successful move. 

A move to the Cloud requires careful planning, so it’s important to not delay your SourceOne migration.

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The most advanced, proven and compliant way to migrate from SourceOne

Transvault solutions have been successfully delivering migrations out of EMC archives for almost 10 years. In fact, we’ve migrated over 3 Petabytes of SourceOne data across 300+ projects. We move the contents of your SourceOne or legacy EMC EmailXtender archives to your desired on-premises or cloud-based archiving platform using the fastest and most efficient mechanisms on the market.  

As you can imagine, no project is the same, with our partners encountering various configurations and project requirements. By meeting these requirements, this has enabled us to create a truly polished and proven solution for our partners to deliver successful SourceOne migrations… it’s even used by EMC themselves.

Transvault has pioneered the migration market space and has produced a benchmark whereby all migration companies are measured.

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Why our SourceOne migrations are unbeatable

  • We support migrations from SourceOne to the largest number of destinations, including Microsoft 365 or on-prem archives like Enterprise Vault. 
  • Our gathering process is seamless. This is because a user filter list is not mandatory, which is beneficial given the way SourceOne records the format of its recipient addresses. 
  • Transvault is the only solution that works without the requirement to hold your data in intermediate storage, as we move the data in real time. This not only reduces costs, improves data security and removes any delays to the migration. 
  • SourceOne often archives different email variations for a single person which can add complexity. Transvault overcomes this using our Mailbox Manager to provide a straightforward interface. This helps you organize and map these to your target mailboxes effectively. 

More reasons why we’re the leading vendor for SourceOne migrations

Direct & API

Transvault is able to provide both Direct and API retrieval capabilities for SourceOne migrations. Our state-of-the-art direct connector for both SourceOne and EmailXtender data extractions ensures you get unbeatable speed and optimum migration performance. 

Chain of Custody

As with all Transvault migrations, we capture a complete Chain-of-Custody by migrating your data in one step, with data integrity checks, audit reports and remediation services. 

Journal Support

We also offer Journal support with our SourceOne migrations. And of course, if your destination is Microsoft 365, you can leverage the features of our famous Compliance Time Machine.

Stub Management

Finally, our solution is second to none when it comes to stub management. By scanning and capturing metadata, such as flags and categories during the migration process, this allows for proper organisation of the migrated data. The stub is then used as a point of reference to ensure no disruption to the user’s original setup, post migration.

SourceOne Migration Tips

To deliver a successful SourceOne migration there are numbers of recommendations we would make.

Speak to the experts

Find out how much data you need to migrate

This is usually the first stumbling block organisations face when planning their SourceOne migration. There’s no need to panic though, Transvault have various SQL scripts that we can run to size your migration, whether it’s users, journals or even both. 

Work with an email archive migration specialist

Finally, our last tip for you is to trust and work with the experts. Our specialist Partners and our Services team have extensive SourceOne experience and can offer a full migration service. 

Carefully plan your migration

By asking the right questions, you can plan your migration effectively. Here are just a few to get you started: 

  • What SourceOne storage are you using (e.g. is it EMC Centera)? 
  • Is this a Lotus Notes or Exchange migration? Regardless Transvault can convert Notes format to Exchange with full fidelity. 
  • Is this a user migration? Remember you need to consider stub management to ensure your users have a seamless experience post-migration. 
  • Does your SourceOne move include a Journal migration?  If you’re migrating to Microsoft 365, it doesn’t have an orthodox journal mailbox. Transvault’s Compliance Time Machine offers unique capabilities to ensure your journal is migrated with zero-risk, full compliance and is available for eDiscovery. 

Transvault – Let’s Move Together

When it comes to EMC SourceOne don’t delay. Start a conversation with Transvault and we’ll ensure your archive is migrated in an efficient, compliant and refreshingly simple way.

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