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Hi, I have a website which runs on the telligent platform. I need to migrate it to SharePoint 2013. Can you please let me know what the tools are available for it and pros and cons of them.

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Sorry, this is really very broad. Can you indicate what type of website and give a little more information? Not sure this can be answered in it's current form and may need to be closed, sorry. –  SPDoctor May 3 '13 at 10:21
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Please, even if English is not your first language, use some punctuation. This will help a lot with making your question easier to understand. –  teylyn May 3 '13 at 10:48
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It looks like Metalogix can migrate data from Telligent to Sharepoint.

Supported Source Systems
MediaWiki - Versions 1.12 and later.
Confluence - Any versions before v.4.0 that have SOAP API version 1, and versions 4.0 through to 5.1.
WordPress - Any versions that support XML-RPC API.
Atom Feed - All.
Telligent - Any version that supports MetaWeblog API.
Other Blogs and Wikis - Any other blogs or Wikis that support MetaWeblog API.
RSS Feeds - All.

Pro: Professionally developed application with support
Con: Will cost you some money

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Good or bad, this actually appears to be the only tool available. –  John Chapman May 3 '13 at 16:44
    
This could be done in few clicks using Telligent WebParts for SharePoint. –  Warlock Sep 18 '13 at 14:55
    
Why the down vote? (presumably @Warlock) The link provided shows data can be migrated which is what they want, not maintain 2 environments, 1 to house the data and another to surface the data. –  PirateEric Sep 18 '13 at 17:14
    
This seems to infer that MetaWeblog API been around since Community Server 2, weblogs.asp.net/lhunt/archive/2006/05/22/CommunityServer-2.0-2600-MetaW‌​eblog-API.aspx. –  PirateEric Sep 18 '13 at 20:01
    
add an underscore to both sides of the 2600, 2600, the markdown isn't working right. The question was a tool to migrate off, telling them to stay on both systems and pay both licensing costs is not practical when they want to leave the platform. –  PirateEric Sep 18 '13 at 20:10
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It is not required to migrate data physically, because Telligent provides SharePoint WebParts to display forums/blogs/wikis. You just need to install this web parts and configure your integration.

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