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Import from Outlook 2000

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How or where can I find tools for import mailboxes (contacts, calendar, mails, etc) from Outlook 2000 to Notes Client 5.07 (or 5.08)? And is there any tool to import from Exchange 5.5 to Domino Server 5.08?
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Did you visit the site www.binarytree.com that provides the migration tool for this ?
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