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outlook .pst file import in lotus notes

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I can succesfully import a notes mailfile to outlook (not express) but I can not do it the other way. i have a 12 mb file .pst (outlook database) with calendars and mails to like to import in lotus notes.

how:
how successful?
can it be done?
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by:HemanthaKumar
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Here is the similar question with solution

http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/qShow.jsp?ta=lotusnotes&qid=20138727

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Question: Importing .pst file Date: 06/20/2001 08:24AM PST  
From: Pasci
Answer Grade: A  Points: 10
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 Hi,
I would like to import a .pst file that holds Oulook contact information into Notes(version 5.0.5) email
program. Can someone give me step by step instructions if its possible.
Thanks for any help  
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From: HemanthaKumar Date: 06/20/2001 09:34AM PST
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From: HemanthaKumar  Date: 06/20/2001 09:34AM PST  
Also check this samples

http://www.notes.net/sandbox.nsf/ecc552f1ab6e46e4852568a90055c4cd/e56fec0e6fdacea785256a0f0077e2b5?OpenDocument

http://www.notes.net/sandbox.nsf/ecc552f1ab6e46e4852568a90055c4cd/720e6654937c2d9985256a3e006346ca?OpenDocument

http://www.notes.net/sandbox.nsf/ecc552f1ab6e46e4852568a90055c4cd/0afb9f270378a44c8525689500764436?OpenDocument

~Hemanth

 
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From: HemanthaKumar  Date: 06/20/2001 09:29AM PST  
When you install Notes, select custom install and select the migration tools, you will find the outlook

as an option. This migration tool can help you convert the outlook mails to notes.

For your ref:

http://doc.notes.net/domino_notes/5.0.3/help5_admin.nsf/980fa68d0b490faf852566dd00291ad7/0c3a9cfd6a8199b70525687b00657fac?OpenDocument&AutoFramed

http://support.lotus.com/sims2.nsf/eb5fbc0ab175cf0885256560005206cf/5de72df198e8f0c286256850006322a5?OpenDocument

~Hemanth  
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From: Pasci  Date: 06/22/2001 12:12PM PST  
Thanks a lot!!  

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~Hemanth
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zvonko earned 50 total points
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Hello CG,

here how to do:
1.) Connect your pst file to your Outlook client.
2.) Start the Notes mail convert wizard with this command:
C:\Lotus\Notes\nmsxupgd.exe 3
3.) Follow the steps with the wizard.

That's all.

Cheers,
zvonko

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by:zvonko
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Hello CobolGuy9,

any progress here?

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by:CobolGuy9
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it worked, thank you zvonko
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Thanks you too for the points and for the confirmation :-)

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