What can I do with the LegacyFlo application?
Using the LegacyFlo application, you can migrate email data from accounts hosted on one IMAP server to another. For example, to migrate email data from a Yahoo mailbox to GSuite, you can use LegacyFlo.
You can also upload historical email data in files such as PST/EML/MBOX into Vaultastic or SkyConnect mailboxes.
For a overview of the process of uploading historical email data to Vaultastic or SkyConnect, refer to www.vaultastic.com/migration.
How do I get an account on the application?
Sign up for a LegacyFlo account from the LegacyFlo website. The login credentials will be shared by mail.
What are the different request types supported?
The different request types supported as are per the table below:
|To migrate data stored in PST files to SkyConnect or Vaultastic|
|To migrate data stored in EML files to SkyConnect or Vaultastic|
|To migrate data from MBOX files to SkyConnect or Vaultastic|
|To migrate data using IMAP protocol from any mail server to SkyConnect or Vaultastic|
|To migrate data using the O365 IMAP protocol to SkyConnect or Vaultastic|
|To migrate data using the GSuite IMAP protocol to SkyConnect or Vaultastic|
|To migrate data using the MS Exchange IMAP protocol to SkyConnect or Vaultastic|
|O365-GMAIL-IMAP||To migrate data from O365 to GSuite using the IMAP protocol|
|GMAIL-O365-IMAP||To migrate data from GSuite to O365 using the IMAP protocol|
|YAHOO-O365-IMAP||To migrate data from Yahoo to O365 using the IMAP protocol|
|YAHOO-GMAIL-IMAP||To migrate data from Yahoo to GSuite using the IMAP protocol|
|YAHOO-OTHER-IMAP||To migrate data from Yahoo to another IMAP server|
What are the request parameters?
How do I create a CSV for defining multiple requests?
The input parameters depend on the request type. Refer to the samples in the application.
The input parameters depend on the request type.
To refer the sample csv file,
- Login to the LegacyFlo portal
- From the left menu bar, click the Import button
- Open the link Refer sample CSV files
- Choose from the options Data file or IMAP account
- Select the request Type from the list.
- Click to download the sample csv file.
Can I import historical data to a Vaultastic account after I have started live email archiving?
Is there any limit on the amount of historical data I can upload?
How do I know when a request is complete?
When a request is complete, either successfully or it fails, a mail will be sent to you with the details or you can login to the LegacyFlo app and view the list of requests submitted by you. The Status column will show the current status of the request.
What are the different stages in the upload process and how long will it take in each stage?
Can I cancel a running request?
No, a request once started cannot be canceled.
Can one organization have more than one account on the application?
A single account is created for each organization. Using this account, the administrator can submit multiple upload requests. Only the requests submitted by the user will be visible on subsequent login. It is therefore not advisable to have more than one account as the requests will be split across the accounts and it will be difficult to monitor the overall status.
My request on the LegacyFlo portal failed. How do I recover?
How do I use LegacyFlo with internal servers with restricted IMAP access?
LegacyFlo is used to migrate email data from from mail servers.
There are two ways to do this. One is to extract data from the source mail systems in EML or PST format, which is then given as input to LegacyFlo.
The second way is to access the accounts on the source mail system using IMAP.
However the IMAP ports of source mail server may not be accessible to world. In which case Mithi will set up a secure NATing server to NAT a public IP to the internal mail server. The public IP of this NAT server can be used to securely access the IMAP accounts on the internal mail server
This document describes the steps and responsibilities of the setup.
Step 1: Share the details of the internal mail server with Mithi to setup the NAT.
Step 2: The Mithi team will configure the NAT server. The configuration depends on whether you will be accessing the Mithi services over VPN or over the Internet. Typically the configuration will take about 3-5 working days, after which the team will share the IP address of the NAT server. For connectivity over the Internet, this will be a Public IP. For connectivity over the VPN, this will be the private IP.
Step 3: The corporate firewall will have to be updated by you to allow access from this Public/Private IP address to the internal mail server on the IMAP and IMAPS ports.
Step 4: Mail migration using LegacyFlo.
In the IMAP requests submitted to the LegacyFlo system, the Server in the Source Information has to be the Public IP address of the NAT server.
How can i get a offline copy of the user/admin guide?
Mithi docs allows you to export a specific article to a PDF file.
Navigate to the required article in the list and click the PDF icon in the top pane. PDF file will be displayed on the screen. Download to save and print the file on your machine.
Please note, internal/external hyper links embedded in the article will be visible in the exported PDF file but the videos will be excluded.