Jan 11, 2013

We are moving from lotus notes to microsoft exchange 2010 - what is the best way?

hi all
our organization is moving from lotus notes to microsoft exchange 2010, we are still seeking for experts advice that cam make the migration task slightly easier for us. we are staff of 100-200 people
Lotus domino - 6.0 .

If you are trying to move from Lotus Notes to other accessible file format then find best NSF file converter software here to migrate NSF file to PST, EML and MSG file format. With this tool users can import NSF data to multiple formats and allow converting NSF contacts to CSV format separately.

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Also have a look here http://www.mozesoft.com/nsf-to-pst-converter.html . This is a very effective and reliable NSF to PST conversion application, by using it you can immediately transfer or move your entire data of Lotus Notes to Outlook PST format within few clicks.
Although there are some manual ways out there for this, but if you are asking for an easy way for NSF to PST conversion, than my recommendation would be to use a professional NSF to PST converter like Stellar NSF to PST Converter – which lets you to convert your NSF file to Outlook importable PST along-with all its mailbox components inside , that too without affecting the integrity of the mailbox : http://www.stellarinfo.com/email-repair/nsf-pst-converter.php
The best way to mirgate Lotus Notes data to Microsoft Exchange 2010 is use SecuraSoft NSF to PST Converter. This will help in migrating Lotus Notes emails client data to Outlook as well as on Exchange Server including all Emails , contacts, calendar, Journals and To do list. Without any data duplicay user can convert unlimited NSF files to PST or Exchange.
To migrate Lotus Notes data to MS Exchange 2010 one can try Kernel for Lotus Notes to Outlook software. It will support all Lotus Notes and MS exchange version. For more detail visit http://www.nsfpst.org



All you have to do to move Lotus notes to Exchange are:


1. Connect to your Lotus Domino server with Domino Access for Microsoft Outlook (DAMO)

-> Export your whole mailbox data to .pst file format

-> Open your .pst files


2. Connect to your Exchange server 2010

-> Import the earlier created PST files to the Outlook/Exchange server.


The whole process is little bit time consuming. If you don’t have much time and technical skill then stay out of this process as incomplete data migration or data corruption can happen.


You can also try some external utility to perform this task. You can also take help of Export Notes (www.exportnotes.com) software which is specially developed for this purpose. This might be helpful to you to understand technicalities behind Notes to Exchange migration.


I think this is quite expensive for you as you describe * we are staff of 100-200 people, you can use third party utility to export Lotus Notes to Microsoft Exchange format in safe manner such as Mail Migration Wizard, It is online available at just $599 which is very reasonable compare to other utilities and accomplishes migration in Batch mode simultaneous. It performs:



  •  NSF to PST/ Lotus Notes to MS Outlook/Exchange
  • Domino to Outlook/Exchange


    Commercial Links:  http://dominotoexchange.taskmanagerfix.com/



    This might be useful to you:

    Notes Migrator for Exchange

    "Notes Migrator for Exchange makes your Lotus Notes migration project a success by removing complexity, accelerating your transition and mitigating the risk of data loss and downtime.

    It quickly and accurately migrates email, calendars, tasks, personal address books, archives, recurring meetings, attachments, and more, in less time than you thought possible.

    With Notes Migrator for Exchange, you can migrate multiple mailboxes simultaneously, automate administrative tasks, such as Outlook mailbox creation and mail-routing, transition data directly to hosted platforms, and most importantly, preserve the integrity of each user's mailbox for an accurate and seamless migration.

    Supported Exchange platforms include:

    Exchange 2007
    Exchange 2010
    Exchange 2013
    Office 365
    Hosted Exchange"

    Hello Olive,


    Alinto is since 13 years expert in mailserver migration. Shall we exchange about your project ? Can you contact me?

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