Collaboration Migration Best Practices

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    Procurement Team

    hi 

     

    i am in the middle of a migration and noticed the lack of information regarding the way it works. Can you please detail a bit how can I map the users as an "advance option"? My SMTP is totally different from source to destination and cannot find anywhere how to overcome it

     

    Thanks

     

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    Steffen Knapp

    Hello Procurement Team, in case you have not received a response to your question, the correct syntax for user mapping is:

    RecipientMapping="user@sourcedomain.com->user@targetdomain.com"

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    Tommi Halme

    Add the Administrator account as an owner to the teams on the Source and the Destination. Detailed instructions available ?

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    Anne Kohler

    Hi Tommi,

    The instructions for adding an owner can be found in Microsoft Online Help.  A quick search found this article that provides instructions: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/make-someone-a-team-owner-09eb80c1-9f3b-4f6c-b6c0-45555d46ee2a.

    Microsoft may have more detailed instructions elsewhere in their Help Center as well. 

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    Tommi Halme

    If i need to migrate 700 teams i must find better way to add migrate account owner of all those 700 teams :)

     

     

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    Kyle Rinner

    Tommi,

    You should be able to find the commands you need in this Microsoft article.
    I believe you could use something like this to give an administrator owner rights to all the Teams:
    Get-Team | Add-TeamUser -User admin@domain.com -Role Owner

    Thank you

    Kyle

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