|By Marketwired .||
|July 24, 2014 10:30 AM EDT||
KENDALL PARK, NJ--(Marketwired - July 24, 2014) - Binary Tree, a leading Microsoft Exchange and Office 365 migration solutions company and Microsoft's 2014 Messaging Partner of the Year, today announced Version 3.4 of its CMT for Exchange software for migrating enterprises from Domino to Microsoft Exchange. With this release, organizations now have the ability to migrate data directly to Exchange archives, whether on-premises or to Office 365. The CMT for Exchange migration filters allow customers to easily migrate to the destination of their choice, while lowering the overall error rate and data storage size needed during the migration.
"Now our Notes and Exchange migration customers have complete flexibility in determining how much email to migrate to live mailboxes and how much should be transitioned to their Exchange archives," stated Binary Tree CTO, Vadim Gringolts. "This 3.4 release of CMT for Exchange enables our customers to more easily align their actual migration with their company's objectives for storing email in the new platform."
CMT for Exchange 3.4 also includes an enhancement to the name translation process that improves performance and scalability, while also simplifying the administrative overhead.
About CMT for Exchange
CMT for Exchange is the most comprehensive software available for migrating from IBM Notes and Domino to Microsoft Exchange Server and Office 365. CMT for Exchange supports migrations from Notes/Domino 7.x/8.x/9.x to on-premises and online versions of Microsoft Outlook and Exchange, including to Exchange Server 2013/2010 and to Exchange Online in Microsoft Office 365. CMT for Exchange offers unmatched data fidelity, migration management, migration throughput, and transitional calendar workflow that enables users to schedule, update, reschedule, or cancel single occurrence and recurring meetings regardless of the migration status of the principle or invitees. For more information on CMT for Exchange, visit www.binarytree.com/exchange.
About Binary Tree
Binary Tree is a singularly focused global provider of migration software and solutions for Lotus Notes, Microsoft Exchange, Active Directory, and Windows Server environments. Since 1993, Binary Tree has enabled more than 6,000 customers to migrate more than 30 million email users, and facilitated some of the most complex migrations on the planet. Its software solutions are available for migrating from Exchange 2003/2007/2010/2013 and Lotus Notes to on-premise and online versions of Microsoft Exchange, as well as migrations of Active Directory and Windows Server environments. Binary Tree is a Microsoft Messaging Gold Partner, an IBM Advanced Business Partner, and is one of Microsoft's preferred vendors for migrating to Microsoft Office 365. The Company is headquartered outside of New York City with offices in London, Paris, Stockholm and Sydney. For more information, visit us at www.binarytree.com.
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