These are some of the most common problems that can prevent a migration from moving forward. These are: Planning takes too much time:- If you don't plan a mail migration properly, it is possible to miss important steps or make mistakes. The worst case scenario is a poor migration path that can cause a slow or unsatisfactory transition, which could result in costly time and additional costs. Use the wrong migration tool:- Although many mail providers offer migration tools for free, they are often limited and have few options that can be customized to meet multiple business needs. Third-party tools for migrating to third-party servers are designed with different business requirements in mind. Each mail migration tool is unique and every business should choose the one that best suits their needs. Too long migration time:- Mail migration can become slow because of throttling at either the target or source systems. Although throttling can sometimes be unavoidable, it is possible to prepare for it and mitigate it with a plan. This will help avoid long migration disasters. Mails missing or duplicated:- Mail migration tools that are not properly configured can produce duplicate email at the target system, or even omit all emails. It is a mistake to choose a migration tool that does not protect against user error. Unhappy users:- A happy user is the most important aspect to a mail migration. Change is something that no one likes, especially if it's not well-informed or trained. Even more unhappy will they be if their mailbox is clogged up by a badly executed mail migration on Monday morning.

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