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I have a local install of Nav 2013r2 and we are looking to move our Exchange services to Office 365 and was wondering if anyone can confirm that it will or will not work?
It will work.
Yes, it will work.
You would have to follow these steps to migrate from Exchange to Office 365 on Nav2013r2
The administrator communicates upcoming changes to users and verifies domain ownership with the domain registrar.
The administrator prepares the servers for a cutover migration and creates empty mail-enabled security groups in Office 365.
The administrator connects Office 365 to the on-premises email system (this is called creating a migration endpoint).
The administrator migrates the mailboxes and then verifies the migration.
Grant Office 365 licenses to your users.
The administrator configures the domain to begin routing email directly to Office 365.
The administrator verifies that routing has changed, and then deletes the cutover migration batch.
The administrator completes post-migration tasks in Office 365 migration (assigns licenses to users and creates an Autodiscover Domain Name System (DNS) record), and optionally decommissions the on-premises Exchange servers.
The administrator sends a welcome letter to users to tell them about Office 365 and to describe how to sign in to their new mailboxes.
I hope this helps!
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