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Migrating to Exchange Online

Migrating from Hermes to Microsoft Exchange Online

Students and staff from institutions participating in the University of Cambridge's Microsoft EES agreement can migrate their personal Hermes email accounts to Exchange Online. If you're not sure whether this applies to your, speak to your local IT support team.

The migration process is easy to do yourself, using the Hermes Migration Tool.

Migrate Hermes to Exchange Online >

 

Exchange Online for Alumni

If you're a student of the University and graduated from summer 2018 onwards, you're entitled to an @cantab.ac.uk email address with an Exchange Online mailbox.

To migrate your @cam.ac.uk email account to your Alumni Exchange Online email account, follow these instructions:

Migrate to Alumni Exchange Online >

 

Migrating your institution to Exchange Online

The option to migrate is now available to other Institutions covered under the University's EES Agreement.

If you're interested in migrating your Institution, take a look at the FAQs and get in contact with your Relationship Manager.

The software licences are available at no cost, but note that the migration is likely to require some expenditure by your institution – primarily in manpower for assisting your users with the necessary changes on their various networked devices.

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