O365Migrator v0.9 released!

Version 0.9 of O365Migrator is now available as a free download.

What was changed?

  • Differential transfer: upload only changed/new files. (does not process renames, moves and deletes yet!)
  • Subfolder targeting: upload to a specific subfolder instead of the root if specified
  • Better library name detection when admin and user have different language settings

You can find the new version here.

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Jimmy White
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Jos,
this is a great tool, really appreciate that you made it available for free.
One feature request I would like to suggest is the ability to output files that need to be ‘fixed’ and why to a CSV file prior to them being fixed.
Many thanks

Chris Stokowski
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Chris Stokowski

Jos
I recently used your tool to migrate about 70GB of data and 52K files. I am looking for the log file and am having some trouble locating it. There were around 540 files that didn’t transfer and I am wondering what types and naming conventions they have to see if they are acceptable for share point. Could use some help.

Carl
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Carl

Is there a way for the O365Migrator to skip existing files if found on O365 Sharepoint site and not change the modified dates?

Thanks

Trond
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Trond

Great tool!

Import to Sharepoint Online blocks .SWF and .ASPX file extension. Maby you could add support for those files in another release:)

Sander
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Sander

I use the tool and it works great.
I’ve got something for the wishlist 🙂 .

It would be great if you can supply a csv-file. The CSV contains the filepath en the destination site and library. The CSV also contain certain metadata (example invoicedate, invoicenr) the first line contain the metadatafields.

So you could migrate from your fileserver and add extra value to the files you upload.
For such use cases the 5000 item count for the library comes also into play,

Please keep up the good work!

Dros
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Dros

This is such an awesome tool! Works like a charm. Any chance you might be able to add a way to do the reverse and pull all the data from Office 365 in order to run a backup?

Sander
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Sander

Very nice tool.

Idea:
Could you make a button to cancel the upload job. So you can change some things and start again”

John
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John

Hey, we’re using your O365 Migrator tool to move a large group of user files. We’re able to use it flawlessly until the last job thread where it appears to leave out 15 – 20GB of data, and says finished uploading. The scan says the folders are around 84GB, and end up with 65~GB uploaded. Any workaround? Thanks 🙂

Leslie
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Leslie

Awesome update , thanks !

Richard Parry
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Tool gets better and better –
If I can make a wishlist:
1) being able to create a CSV of folders to upload to SharePoint in the same way you can with Od4B would be great, rather than doing each one manually
2) delete files in target library not in source folder
3) be able to schedule this to run daily

Please keep up the good work

Guido Schaap
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Guido Schaap

Is the a way that I can use this tool to upload multiple directories to multiple groups? For example upload the ‘Finance’ local directory to the finance group in O365 and the ‘HRM’ local folder to the HRM group?

I really love this tool, works perfectly!