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Terrence

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As a way to shorten migration time is it possible/advisable to run the Exchange Migration tool on two different systems (with the EMT and Outlook installed on each of course) at the same time against the same exchange store? Anyone have experience with it? Thanks!

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Pavel Špalek (Kerio)

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However the migration speed depends on your specific environment, I don't believe that using two machines with KEMT will speed up migration. It's because the saving messages will end up in the same message store (same disc). You can try to configure number of migration threads (see the value ThreadCount in MigrationTools table in mailserver.cfg).

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Sure Thread is old, but if some else have same question. For bigger migrations we have good results to migrate to two or three Kerio Connect Servers (in best case with SSD) and compare it later to one. In most cases you can read faster from Exchange then write to Kerio Server. But be carfull, separate blocks of users to all numbers of migration tools and be sure that there is no double user on different servers.
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