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We have an internally hosted Confluence site that we're trying to move to a cloud hosted Sharepoint.com site. What's the best way to migrate those pages while keeping as much of it intact as possible.

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There are a few third party tools that may be of assistance, I know Metalogix has one and Tzunami. Also Atlssian has a Sharepoint connector that might be beneficial, it allows the content to be surfaced in Sharepoint while still residing in Confluence. Going to SP Online though it might not work.

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You may try using Vyapin's DocKIT for SharePoint as it allows you import content into a cloud. The SharePoint migration task can be done easily if you can move the Confluence content to a central repository like a file server or exposed as file shares. Once this is taken care of, DocKIT can easily import all the converged content to the cloud SharePoint. Try this - http://www.vyapin.com/products/sharepoint-migration/dockit/sharepoint-migration.htm and inform about the result.

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