For a few years now, Microsoft has provided pretty much the same types of migration for organizations to use to migrate email data to Exchange Online in Office 365 from on-premises messaging systems, be that Exchange or not. Additionally, end users themselves can also import their own email, contacts, and other mailbox information to an Office 365 mailbox created for them, but that’s typically only used in very small migrations.
Part of the migration process, excluding some third-party migrations, is the configuration and use of one or more Exchange Online migration endpoints. These are simply a connector from Office 365 to the on-premises email system, and that’s what this article focuses on.
To read the full article, please head over to TechGenix or click on this link: Understanding Office 365 Exchange Online migration endpoints.