A csv format wave mapping file is used to create a migration wave. Cloud Commander moves data from an account in the source to the account in the target, as specified in the wave file.
Here’s how a wave file might look:
The file has the UPN of the source environment, and the UPN of the target environment. After each UPN is either a 0 or 1.
- 0 represents a primary mailbox.
- 1 represents a secondary (or archive) mailbox.
Here are some supported mappings. You can move data from…
- A primary mailbox in the source to a primary mailbox in the target.
- A primary mailbox in the source to a secondary mailbox in the target.
- A secondary mailbox in the source to a secondary mailbox in the target.
- A secondary mailbox in the source to a primary mailbox in the target.
You can also move both a primary mailbox and a secondary mailbox for an individual. That would look like this:
Take a closer look at the file
The video below demonstrates the steps to set up a wave. Within the video, you’ll see a sample mapping file.