2012년 1월 20일 금요일 오후 8:13
I have a relatively small site with 35 Exchange Online users. I am ready to do all of the migration steps for BPOS to O365, but when does it occur? The transition email stated on or after 1/20/2012. Is that 11:59 PM or sometime in the next 30 days? I am concerned because I was planning on resetting the user accounts this weekend (it is a charity and I have a day job) and then running the desktop tool for O365. Is this something that I can run the desktop tool prior to the migration?
The DNS entries are the easy part after the migration, but I am lost on the timing here.
2012년 1월 24일 화요일 오후 3:12
normaly if you get the date it is the Friday and I think it starts on Pacific Time in the morning. Have you been transfered? Because our customer, who was dated for 1/20/2012 get an Email that his date change to the 03/02/2012. But all Transition processes started on a friday and so you get Time over the weekend for your charity :-)
2012년 1월 27일 금요일 오후 8:39
We are an ISV supporting BPOS and Office365. When will the majority of the customers been migrated from BPOS to Office365? I haven't seen any clear information. A link or schedule would be helpfu.
2012년 2월 8일 수요일 오후 7:51
@Patrick: The first transition email you get simply means that your company has been identified as (on the back end) capable of being transitioned (no errors/etc that are preventing transition. You will get a second transition email indicating a "get ready by this date" email, and then a final one indicating the specific date (a Friday as Krach indicated). You will then get emails both when the transition starts and ends. As for timing, it is at 6 PM of the western-most region of the datacenter you are located in. For NOAM, it is PST. For EMES, it is GMT. For APAC, it is IST.
@Bill: There is no set schedule for all customers. The migrations have started occuring several months ago and will continue until done. It is picking up momentum as the processes are refined and more automation is built in. If you want to speed up your transition date, you can submit an "opt-in" request via Service Request and this will put you further ahead in the queue. This does not guarantee you a date in the near future, but definitely increases your chances of one having indicated you are ready to go. The Engineering team will preference anyone with an "opt-in" request submitted as soon as they have spots open in any given migration batch.
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