Transporter Suite Plain text/html format

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Microsoft Transporter Suite
Hello, how are you people? I have a question about Transporter Suite plain text/html format.

I would like to know if the Transporter Suite copies items (calendar, emails, address book, etc) from

a source server(OPen Xchange) and keeps the original format on the destination server(Exchange 2007).

Basically I need to confirm that the messaging objects(messages, calendars,etc) will be copied as HTML on the destination server(Exchange 2007).

I read the Release Notes for the Transporter Suite of tools available at:(http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=362DB2CA-B254-4301-B506-749F90AD8669)

The document includes some data about my question, but it´s not definitive. I would like to confirm it keeps the HTML format. You can find an extract from the document below:

 

"Transporter Suite for Internet Mail" The Microsoft Transporter Suite for Internet Mail is a collection of tools used to migrate POP or IMAP mailboxes to Microsoft Exchange Server mailboxes. It includes the following features:

The ability to migrate mail items, attachments, rich content, calendar items, and folders, and to preserve status information such as read or unread.

Sorry for the long post, Any ideas?

Thanks in advance. Best Regards

Hernán



Software/Hardware used:
Ms Exchange 2007 - Linux OpenXchange
ASKED: February 11, 2011  12:58 PM
UPDATED: February 11, 2011  2:17 PM

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