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Conduct Lotus Notes to Perspective Migration

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By : Victor Hart   99 or more times read
Submitted 2013-07-10 20:30:28

Mail conversion can be quite a need of businesses to establish better communication channel among employees. Two hottest e-mail consumers that are being used in tiny, medium, and large companies are Lotus Notes and MS Outlook. While many are in the process of moving from Notes to Outlook most of the companies have migrated to MS Outlook. There are many reasons that produce businesses of migrate emails, contacts, etc. from.nsf file of Lotus Notes to.pst file of Outlook. Few of these factors are:High pc software costHigh maintenance costUsers' unfamiliarity with Lotus NotesHigh training costWhatever may be the cause of migration, an intensive planning should need to be done before beginning the e-mail conversion process. You ought not go for mail conversion without organizing the procedure. There are many resources available that help you in moving messages, notes, contacts, etc. from Lotus Notes to Outlook but for that you should also do some prior planning. There are numerous details that you must consider before beginning the process of moving Lotus Notes to Outlook:Take Backup: Before you begin the process of mail transformation, be sure that you've backed-up the.nsf document of Lotus Notes. Supporting the file is required since you cannot ensure that the process of mail conversion can be effective, while the process might take long-time and in the event the process gets aborted between then the.nsf file can be ruined making you empty handed. Therefore, to become in the safer side, backup the.nsf report before starting the alteration. If something very wrong will happen throughout the migration process then you will be having another copy of the.nsf file for migration.Configure New client: You should configure the new mail customer, Outlook before beginning the migration process. This is because if you will be having MS Outlook mounted, you can check always that whether the converted.pst document is error free or not.Provide your employees training about the new client: Once you have made a decision to conduct email alteration, get ready to supply your employees a basic training about utilising the new email client. Nevertheless, using MS Outlook is a lot easy but nevertheless a basic training regarding the application should be offered, so that the workers may use the application without any hitch.Aforementioned will be the methods that should be looked at before starting the Lotus Notes to MS Outlook migration. An effective email conversion tool allows you to efficiently migrate messages, notes, associates, breezes, diary things, etc. from.nsf file to.pst file. It quickly changes the.nsf file into the.pst file, which is often easily seen with MS Outlook 97, 98, 2000, XP, 2003, 2007, and 2010.

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