Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which migrates.
- n. computing A computer program that helps move objects between locations, e.g. from a legacy system to a new technology.
- n. an animal (especially birds and fish) that travels between different habitats at particular times of the year
- n. traveler who moves from one region or country to another
“Apparently the buck was a “migrator” (UP bucks often leave their summer/fall home range and head toward wintering areas close to Lake Michigan) and was captured on trail camera three days before it was killed.”
“The biggest boon for the low-tech migrator is the stripping down of one's needs to the barest fundamentals.”
“It gave the possibility of constructing and using elaborate devices, accumulating large libraries, sitting and thinking or debating a problem-in short, the freedom to encumber oneself with a true civilization, which no migrator had except to the most limited degree.”
“Download Windows user profile migrator utility from sepago, the inventors of Citrix User”
“That's the old compatibility bridge (possibly created by the migrator tool).”
“Google has another migrator to shlep users over from IBM's Lotus Notes/Domino to Google Apps.”
“The Apps migrator, however, may just provide the hammer needed to smash Microsoft's windshield.”
“Only from the Google migrator API so the: imaps TLS negotiation failed”
“If I use SSL (instead of STARTTLS) from the google API, it just silently fails on the mail server (nothing in the logs) and on the google side, it says unable to auth user name but it obviously isn't even hitting the server when I use SSL since the mail logs do not show failed login attempts when using only SSL on the google migrator API.”
“Writing a migrator, similar to the current KResource - > Akonadi migrator, that automatically reads the KMail config file and creates a Akonadi resource out of it.”
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