How do I migrate to Amazon S3?
Dormant email accounts can be migrated into your Amazon S3 account in order to archive them for later use.
All you need is to have an active Amazon Web Services account and an access key - secret key pair for that account. The access key must be granted full permissions to perform S3 actions. The root access key has these permissions by default, but if you are creating a secondary access key from the IAM, then ensure that you add the Amazon S3 Full Access policy template. See the AWS security blog for more information on access keys and permissions.
Once you have the access key, do the following:
Log in to your MSPComplete account by going to https://www.bittitan.com, and clicking on the red Account button. Provide credentials, if requested.
If you haven't already, create a new Customer for the project you are creating. For information on creating a new Customer, see View, add, and edit your customers.
On the left navigation bar, select All Customers bar, then select the customer for whom you wish to create the migration project.
If you haven't already, create an endpoint for both the Source and target connections for your migration. For more information about creating endpoints, see View, add, and edit customer endpoints.
While creating the endpoint, you will have to enter both the access key and secret key in order to proceed. You can then continue to the item configuration, where you will enter the email address where you want to store the dormant account. The Destination email address does not need to be the same as the Source in order to perform a successful migration, so you can change the email address to best represent what is being stored, if you wish. Once you have the project configured and the mailbox configured, you can start your migration and move the mailbox to Amazon S3.
Note: For step-by-step migration instructions, refer to the migration guide specific to your scenario. The guides, with AWS S3 as a Destination, can be found on our Community site, under Migration Guides/Cloud Storage Migrations.