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I am doing ccmail mobile to notes migration using ccmail client tools and have the following question:
suppose it is a ccmobile client and ahve a multiple archive stored in multiple zip disk. When migate,
1.how can I enable to migrate multiple archive file at once?
2. I know the archive after migrated will stoed in the notes database, can I tell notes to stoed it in seperate zip drive?
3. do notes can directly read the  ccmail arhive directly without migration? and how?
4. AS for mobile notes , in replicatin, I set to migrate the ccmail file to the replcia of mail database stored in the mobile instead of server mail database. can I do that? IF yes, how can I prevent a replication of large volume data( becaseu of migration of past ccmail mail) to the server ?

all pointer are welcome.
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The easiest and most effective way of acheiving this goal is to do the following.

The mobile client must.

1. Create some new folders in their cc:mail file
2. Copy all their archive messages into the corresponding folders in cc:mail

3. Then perform the migration

4. When complete, create a new archive in Notes (you can create your archive on any drive you want to)

5. Select the documents in the folders you have created from your previous  archives - then "Archive selected documents now"  into your new archive file in Notes.


The reason for doing it this way is that there are all sorts of problems when using the migration tool to move archives.

This is very effective, and very easy, and very quick. I am performing this migration at the moment, 200 users so I know it's the best way.
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