FLY 3.8 Release Notes

New Features and Improvements

  1. 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.
  1. FLY now supports performing Slack to Microsoft Teams migrations.
      Figure 2: The Slack migration page.
  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  1. Users can now perform pre-migration analysis of Office 365 or Slack.
                Figure 4: Pre-migration Analysis of Office 365 or Slack.
  1. Users can now log into FLY using the Active Directory Integrated Authentication method.
  2. Users can now enable HTTP proxy for FLY Agents in General Settings.
                Figure 5: The Agent Proxy page.
  1. Users can now configure if they want to migrate site content in the SharePoint migration Migration Policy.
  2. 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.
  3. FLY now supports defining the folder level as the source/destination in the Drag and Drop mode of SharePoint high speed migrations.
  4. 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.
  1. Users can now define a period when configuring settings for a Microsoft Teams migration to migrate conversations within the specific period in the migration.