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Easily Migrate Lotus Note to Office 365
IBM users can migrate their email data to Office 365 environment easily using this efficient Lotus Notes to Office 365 Migration. The software has the power to convert complete data to the office 365 environment without having any trouble to Lotus Notes users.
Some exciting features of this software are as below:
*Free Download allows to convert & save 25 items/folder from Lotus Notes to Office 365 Migration.
Add Multiple NSF Files
User can add Multiple NSF Files to convert NSF Calendar to Outlook calendar. Software will shows only calendar items in selected folders. One can check the calendar item property’s in item preview section.
Add Multiple Lotus Domino Mailboxes
User can add multiple domino server mailboxes (NSF Files) and export Domino Mailboxes calendar items into Outlook PST calendar.
Migrate from NSF to Office 365
Lotus Notes to office 365 migration tool provides an easy operation to perform migration of Lotus Notes mailboxes into Office 365 mailboxes without having any interruption. User can also set source and target mailbox for multiple user mailboxes using mailbox mapping option.
Migrate Multiple NSF to Live Exchange
The data of Lotus Notes can be migrated to multiple mailboxes of Live Exchange Server. One can manually map NSF files and Live exchange mailboxes whenever required.
Convert Multiple NSF to PST
The data of NSF Files & Lotus Domino server mailboxes can be migrated to Multiple PST Files proficiently. In case you are carrying a large NSF mailbox, you can split resultant PST file into multiple PST files.
Save NSF emails to EML and MSG
Beside the migration from IBM Notes to Live exchange & Office 365, it is also capable to save all items to EML & MSG files without tempering any content. The tool has also featured with the option to access Lotus Notes items into MS Outlook & few other email clients on Windows, Mac machines as well.
Filter Data before Migration
Users can select date-range filter the data while processing migration hob. It provides the options to migrate only selective items during the process. That being said, only those data will be migrated which the user wants.
Folder Mapping Option
Folder mapping option allows the users to migrate items from one folder to another folder using folder mapping option. This feature is useful in the scenarios while migrating lotus notes <”Mailbox”> folder into outlook<”Inbox”> folder since, the name of <”Inbox”> folder in lotus notes called <"Mailbox"> folder.
Email translation feature comes handy while migrating NSF file & Lotus Domino server into Office 365 & Live Exchange server. User can change email address according to the destination server's email addresses i.e., firstname.lastname@example.org to email@example.com
Filter option for data migration
The tool provides filter option in order to migrate only selective range of data and migrate it prominently.
Zero-loss data prevention
The tool ensures zero-loss data prevention which helps to migrate Lotus Notes mailbox data to Office 365 without losing or tempering any content. It also provides the capability to migrate all data of NSF file to Office 365. This includes folders, contacts, sent items, email content, attachments, etc.
Migration Progress report
One can see the entire progress report of Lotus Notes to Office 365 migration. This report includesthe information about every items exported from Lotus Notes to Office 365.
|Software Features||Trial Version||Full Version|
|Add Multiple NSF Files|
|Add Multiple Domino Server Users|
|Display and Preview Item Data|
|Export Domino server and NSF files item in PST Files,Live Exchange mailbox and office365 mailbox||First 25 Items/Folder||All Items(No Limitation)|
|Save Domino server and NSF files items in EML,MSG format||First 25 Items/Folder||All Items(No Limitation)|
|Support all Version of Lotus Notes|
|Support all Version of Domino Server|
|Support all Microsoft Outlook Version|
|Support all Microsoft Exchange Server Version|
|24x7 Free Technical Support
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