Lemonde
  • Lemonde
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4 years ago
Trying to import PST files exported from Exchange Server 2016, I am receiving the message:

some items cannot be copied, they were either moved or deleted, or access was denied.

But the items are there in the PST because I can see them.

It seems to get a little closer to completing with each attempted import, but I don't remember it ever being this unreliable before.
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holtzerhutchings
26 days ago
Users can import PST into Office 365 in several ways; The best way to do this will be what they need. Technically savvy users can manually import their PST files into Office 365 but this method has many drawbacks such as data loss, file size limitation, cumbersome steps, and time-consuming resources they bring into process so most users do not recommend this method the help of the application, users can use a reliable application that ranks three like Softaken Mail Importer Software have been used to import their local files to Cloud-based email clients like Hotmail, Gmail, G Suite, AOL etc. Also, this application is so simple without any technical knowledge Users can use this program on their operating system. All versions of Microsoft Windows including 11, 10, 8.1, 8, 7, XP, Vista, and all versions listed below are compatible with this advanced software. It also offers a free trial of this utility to learn more about this user-friendly system.
sirclesadmin
26 days ago
What a load of nonsense. There is no data loss when importing PST into Microsoft 365. I do it pretty much daily. The process is simple and highly reliable even if you have to restart the operation a few times, just make sure you choose not to import duplicate items. The thing to rememebr about all these people trying to sell expensive software to do it for you is that they just use the same MS library to do the same job anyway and so it doesn't make any difference at all!