provides the ability to migrate Lotus NotesŪ email from .nsf files to OutlookŪ PST files.
This is a client-based tool. System requirements are: installed Lotus Notes (v6.5.x - 8.x) and Outlook (2003/2007) clients, and Windows XP or VISTA.
was written to fill a need for an affordable Notes to Outlook
conversion tool. Feedback from end users in a wide cross of industries helps ensure that
the most relevent features get developed in timely fashion.
* New registration code system.
* Allow processing of only the All Documents folder (when desired).
* Transfer recurring appointments.
* Updated Help file batch instructions.
* Convert appointment attachments.
* Differentiate between tasks and appointments.
* Duplicates check for appointments.
* Removal of .NET libraries dependency to simplify installation and product maintenance.
* Generation of Unicode or ANSI pst files.
* Batch ability! Following a simple two-step setup, the program is off and running on batches of virtually unlimited size.
* On-screen real-time status indicator allows you to minimize the GUI to do other work while tracking your forensic task.
* Generate MSGs in addition to PSTs, when desired.
* Built-in application update support.
The software works fine. You have an excellent product here! I've just converted an NSF file at 1.5Gb to Exchange - perfect,
with no issues. One other question I had from you was that I wanted to be able to convert the user's names.nsf file. I see you
have a tool to do this (Contact Extractor), although I only need to use this one, and won't have any further need for it
afterwards. Would you be able to help here ? Sorry - bit of a cheek I know, it's just that I need to get myself out of a hole !
Napier Brown & Company Ltd
No problem now. After a few days I figured out the issue that I was having. The product is working great now - it whipped
through 30GB of NSF files in a few hours so now I have a fresh batch of 507 pst files :) I actually ended up purchasing another
license and installed it on an XP machine. I installed the notes client and did a fresh install of the outlook client setting
up a basic POP3 profile (like the instructions say :)).....And magic, it worked correctly and the batch mode was off and running.
Although there were intermittent pauses at times and I had to restart certain batches, the overall speed and consistancy was great
and I was able to get done with them in a few hours.
Jeremi Evans :-)
Prime Care Technologies
Thanks for the quick response. I'm the tech who will actually be using the notes2outlook conversion program. This will give me
a head start on what was destined to be a total train wreck. We just bought the North American division of a World Wide record
company that was all Notes. As part of the conversion, I had requested that they try the Outlook Connector for Notes to pull
all the employees email into Outlook. Well, that was far less than successful. Maybe 4 out of 30 people were able to get their
mail. I tested N2O last night, and it did a marvelous job. Again, thanks for making a great tool.
Sheridan Square Entertainment