Many organizations are looking forward to have a migration from their current messaging platform like Lotus Notes to Microsoft Office 365. However, as IT administrator you must be well aware of the fact that such email migration is really far from a simple process. Performing any such task that requires transferring files to the cloud requires a proper planning along with right tools to do the job. Apart from that you just can't ignore the cost associated with data loss and time spent in sorting out the problems.
Kernel Office 365 Migrator for Lotus Notes software is one such effective email migration software for Lotus Notes that facilitates you to have an easy migration of NSF and Domino server files to Office 365 mailboxes. All it takes is just few minutes to migrate mailbox items like user's emails, address books, calendars, appointments, sent items, tasks, drafts, calendars, journals and every other folder and item existing in the user's Lotus Notes account.
By making the full utilization of Lotus Notes to Office 365 Migration software, you can easily migrate Domino server and NSF files to cloud and access them with any web browser. The best aspect about the software is it allows you to migrate single or even multiple NSF files at a time to Office 365 without taking any risk of losing mailbox content throughout migration. In fact, you would be glad to know that the software conducts a very accurate migration and retains the migrated items in Office 365 mailbox in original format. Besides this, the software supports UNICODE character conversion.
Moreover, Lotus Notes to Office 365 migration tool allows you to easily migrate single mailbox or multiple mailboxes, depending upon the mode you select.
Another great aspect about this email migration software is its ability to migrate all Lotus Notes contents into Office 365 provided that you keep the same folder name or changing them as per your need.
Kernel Office 365 Migrator for Lotus Notes software is fully functional Office 365 migrator and those who want to get familiar with its functionalities can take help of its trial version. Using the trial version of Lotus Notes to Office 365 migration tool, you could measure its accuracy and decide whether to buy full version of the Kernel Office 365 Migrator for Lotus Notes Software. Though, you must not forget that the trial version just permit you to migrate single/one NSF file and save first 10 emails of every folder existing in NSF file. To successfully save the entire folders with complete emails to Office 365 user profiles, you got to buy the complete version.
- Supported Lotus Notes Version - Lotus Notes 9.0.1/9.8/8/7/6
- Supported Domino Server Version - Domino Server 9.0/8.5/8.0/7.0/6.5
- Supported Operating System- Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista/XP/2000/98/NT/95 and Windows Server 2012/2008 R2/2008/2003 R2/2003
- Pentium Class Processor
- 64 MB RAM (128 recommended)
- 50 MB for Software installation
- Disk Space - Enough space to save the results
Using this software, can I easily migrate the entire content of NSF file?
Yes, the software has been so effectively programmed that it allows you to migrate entire content of NSF file that simultaneously includes address book, contacts, etc. from Lotus Notes to Office 365.
How many NSF files, I can migrate at a time while using this software?
You can very well migrate unlimited number of NSF files at a time. In fact, the utility provides you with the facility to make use of CSV file to conduct migration of multiple NSF files. All that, you require is provide correct source path of the NSF File along with right NSF file name with extension. And, by using Advanced Mode, you just got to select CSV file that you have created for migration. When NSF files listed in CSV file are correctly displayed in the application then click on Export button to migrate files into Office 365.
If I am not wrong, the software has got the dual migration mode, i.e. Standard and Advanced Mode, what is the difference between both?
The software has been intelligently programmed and integrated with dual migration mode Standard and Advanced mode to conduct successful migration operation. But both the modes have got slight difference like -
- Standard Mode: The mode permits you to migrate NSF files by manually locating the desired files. One can select various files to list for migration and move them into Office 365 mailboxes.
- Advanced Mode: This mode proves beneficial in condition when one require converting batches of NSF files into Office 365 mailboxes. Although, one would require creating a CSV file for migration which contains NSF file path, User ID for Office 365, and Password for Office 365.
Conducting Lotus Notes to Office 365 while using this software, is there any facility that permits to select or choose among Mails, Contacts, Calendars and Tasks successfully?
Yes, certainly the software provides you with Filter functionality to select among Exclude 'Sent' Folder, Exclude 'Deleted Items', and Exclude 'All' Folder options while setting the filtering criteria. Depending upon the requirement, an individual can easily Exclude Folder(s) created in Lotus Notes just by specifying the folder(s) name separated by comma in 'Exclude Folder(s)' field.
Talking about the migration of Domino Server Files to Office 365, is it essential to shutdown Domino Server to migrate Domino mailboxes?
No, not at all! There is no need to shutdown server to perform migration. Although, you got to take care that Domino server should be up and must be operating in a proper functioning mode. The software very well lists the Domino Server IP Address/Domino Server Name and its respective NSF files.
Running this software, what are the basic points that need to be taken care of migrating to or from Lotus Domino/Notes?
Just in case, if the NSF file is protected, then the ID file, account name, and password will be required to access the NSF file. If the NSF file is accessed via a live Domino server then you will need the account information in order to access it. Usually, these NSF files are protected only when it is accessed through a Domino server or an individual just decided to protect the file.