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Oracle® Email Migration Tool Guide,
Release 2 (9.0.4)

Part Number B10723-01
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1 Introduction to Oracle Email Migration Tool

1.1 What Is the Oracle Email Migration Tool?
1.1.1 Oracle Email Migration Tool Features
1.2 Who Uses the Oracle Email Migration Tool?
1.3 Overview of the Migration Process
1.3.1 Migrating Accounts
1.3.2 Migrating Data

2 Migration Planning and Using the Oracle Email Migration Tool

2.1 Requirements Before Migration
2.1.1 Preparing for a Microsoft Exchange Migration Microsoft Requirements Creating an Administrator Profile Using Statistics Task to Estimate Disk Space Requirements (Optional)
2.1.2 Preparing for a Lotus Notes Migration Lotus Notes Plug-in Requirements Other Lotus Notes Migration Information
2.1.3 Preparing for a Novell GroupWise Migration Novell GroupWise Plug-in Requirements
2.1.4 Preparing for a Samsung Contact Migration
2.2 System Requirements
2.2.1 Memory
2.2.2 Disk Space
2.2.3 Network Bandwidth
2.2.4 Intermediate Storage of Data During Migration
2.3 Configuration Planning
2.3.1 Choosing the Migration Option
2.3.2 Routing Reconfiguration Planning
2.3.3 Supporting Different Character Sets
2.3.4 Reconfiguring Heap Size
2.4 Using the Oracle Email Migration Tool
2.4.1 Overview of the Oracle Email Migration Tool Screen Migration Tool Screen Menu Selections Migration Tool Screen Fields
2.4.2 Displaying User, Domain, Batch, and Migration Status Information Viewing Domain, Batch, and User Information Displaying Source Domain Information and Migration Status Displaying Batch Information and Migration Status Displaying User Information and Status from the Directory Tree View
2.4.3 User States During Migration
2.4.4 Tuning for Performance
2.4.5 Viewing Log Files

3 Migration Tasks

3.1 Administrator Responsibilities Before Migration
3.1.1 Configuring the Domain Name Server Entry
3.1.2 IMAP Server Configuration
3.1.3 Verifying Source and Target IMAP Server Ports
3.1.4 Installing the Migration Tool
3.2 Task 1: Starting the Migration Tool
3.3 Task 2: Logging In to the Migration Repository
3.4 Task 3: Setting Up a Migration Session
3.4.1 Step 1: Specifying Mail System Objects
3.4.2 Step 2: Configuring Source Plug-ins Configuring the Oracle eMail Server Plug-in Configuring the Microsoft Exchange Plug-in Configuring the Lotus Notes Plug-in Configuring the Novell GroupWise Plug-in Configuring the Samsung Contact Plug-in Advanced Configuration
3.4.3 Step 3: Specifying Account Migration Options
3.4.4 Step 4: Specifying Mail Migration Options
3.4.5 Step 5: Specifying Migration Notifications
3.4.6 Step 6: Specifying Source LDAP Server Parameters
3.4.7 Step 7: Specifying Oracle Internet Directory Server Parameters
3.4.8 Step 8: Specifying LDAP Schema Mapping
3.4.9 Step 9: Specifying Mail Services
3.4.10 Step 10: Specifying New Account User Names
3.4.11 Resolving Account Name Conflicts
3.5 Task 4: Migrating Users to Oracle Email
3.6 Task 5: Extracting Mail System Objects from the Source System
3.7 Task 6: Migrating Shared Folders
3.8 Task 7: Migrating Public Aliases
3.9 Task 8: Migrating Distribution Lists
3.10 Task 9: Migrating WebMail Address Books
3.11 Task 10: Migrating Data
3.11.1 Creating Batches
3.11.2 Scheduling Batches and Migrating User E-mails
3.11.3 Performing a Two-Phase Migration Phase I: Pre-Migration Phase II: User Migration
3.12 Modifying Migration Parameters
3.13 Post-Migration Administrator Responsibilities
3.13.1 Changing the MX Record
3.13.2 Verifying Migration
3.13.3 Viewing User Status
3.13.4 Shutting Down Source Mail Servers

A Plug-In Generated File Formats

A.1 User List File Format (XML)
A.2 Distribution List File Format (LDIF)
A.3 Public Aliases File Format (LDIF)
A.4 Shared Folder File Format (LDIF)
A.5 User Profile File Format (LDIF)
A.6 Rules File Format (XML)

B API Architecture