New Features and Improvements
- Users can now enable E-mail Forwarding for an Exchange migration plan. E-mails sent to the source mailbox can be routed to the destination mailbox.
Figure 1: E-mail Forwarding.
Figure 2: The Slack migration page.
- Users can now configure whether to delete built-in database and configuration files while uninstalling FLY by selecting/deselecting the Delete the built-in database and configuration files checkbox on the interface.
- Users can now configure the Azure location that is used by SharePoint/file system high speed migrations in General Settings of FLY.
Figure 3: The Azure Location configuration page.
Figure 4: Pre-migration Analysis of Office 365 or Slack.
- Users can now log into FLY using the Active Directory Integrated Authentication method.
- Users can now enable HTTP proxy for FLY Agents in General Settings.
Figure 5: The Agent Proxy page.
- Users can now configure if they want to migrate site content in the SharePoint migration Migration Policy.
- Users can now configure the collapse folder structure settings in the file system migration Migration Policy to collapse the folder structure of the migrated content.
- FLY now supports defining the folder level as the source/destination in the Drag and Drop mode of SharePoint high speed migrations.
- FLY now supports the app profile authentication method when configuring a connection for SharePoint Online. This method can help reduce the migration throttling.
Figure 6: The add connection page.
- Users can now define a period when configuring settings for a Microsoft Teams migration to migrate conversations within the specific period in the migration.