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Perform Notes to Office 365 migration with minial user-interface and several features of the software.
Lotus Notes to Office 365 Migration tool efficiently migrates all mailbox items, such as emails, attachments, notes, calendars, appointments, journals, etc., from NSF file to Microsoft 365.
A perfect combination of a simple user interface, intuitive functions, and Basic and Modern Authentication support makes the Lotus Notes to Office 365 migrator every user's preferred software.
Effortlessly migrate multiple NSF files to Office 365 using the Standard Mode and Advanced Mode of the tool. Simplify the process for migrating multiple NSF files using the CSV file in the Advanced Mode.
The advanced Preview option allows you to view the entire content of your Lotus Notes NSF files, including folders. It will help to verify items and properties before initiating the migration procedure.
Achieve selective data migration with various advanced filtering options. Utilize the Set Filters option to set the Date range and select item categories like Mails, Contacts, Calendars, and Tasks. Additionally, the tool offers a filter to exclude mailbox folders.
Make the most of this versatile tool, which saves NSF files in 3 different formats- RTF- Best Quality (Lowest Speed), RTF- Low Quality (Medium Speed), and TEXT (Fastest Speed) as per your requirements.
Customization is at its peak while using the Office 365 migrator for Lotus Notes, as it gives the flexibility to either choose the default folder name or change it before migration.
Users can aptly assign impersonation rights to mailboxes either automatically or manually using the PowerShell commands (The detailed process is given in the software interface).
Migration of SmartCloud Notes Server files to Office 365 is easily possible by just adding the server using its IP address, Server name or letting the tool automatically search for the SmartCloud Notes Server hosted locally.
Migration log reports can be viewed to check the current status of the NSF migration. Get detailed information about the migrated data, item count, migration status, and reasons for any failures.
Make the most of these simple steps to migrate NSF files from IBM Notes and Live Domino Server to Microsoft 365.
Migrate NSF files from any version of IBM Notes/Domino Server to Office 365 of any plan. See more specifications.
To understand the software's working procedure, use the trial version and migrate 10 items per folder. Download now
|Software Features||Trial Version||Full Version|
|Migrate entire content of NSF files including emails, appointments, addresses to Office 365|
|Support UNICODE character migration|
|Save item(s) in three formats – HTML, TXT and RTF|
|Facility to modify folder(s) name to be migrated|
|NSF files saving capacity||Can save 10 emails per folder in a mailbox||Can save unlimited number of emails from each folder|
|Supports SmartCloud Notes and all versions of Lotus Notes, and Domino server|
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The frequently asked questions bring some detailed answers regarding the software and the migration process.
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.
You can migrate an 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. You must provide the correct source path of the NSF File and the right NSF file name with an extension. By using Advanced Mode, you must select the CSV file you created for migration. When NSF files listed in the CSV file are correctly displayed in the application, click the Export button to migrate files into Office 365.
The software has been intelligently programmed and integrated with dual migration modes- Standard and Advanced to conduct successful migration operations. But both the modes have got slight differences like -
Yes, the software certainly provides 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.
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.
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.
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