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I am migrating 500 users from Lotus Notes 5 to exchange 2000. Initially they will only have access via Outlook Web Access. When I use the exchange migration wizzard to migrate users messages, the calendar comes across as a schedule+ attachment to a message in the inbox that has to be imported with outlook. I do not believe this can be done with OWA.

Do you know of a way to have the calendar migrated directly into the exchange calendar instead of to this schedule+ attachment?
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steinmto earned 75 total points
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This software looks like it does what you are asking.

http://www.openone.com/
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Thanks for the tip, I will have a look at oponeone's software. I am trying to avoid purchasing more software unless necessary. You know how it goes with IT budgets these days.
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Admins,  please take a look at the link in this answer.  It take you to a search engine type site that immediately trys to change you home page setting.  It seems like a hyjack spyware type of site.  I might be wrong, but it definately doesn't current answer the question and could be a "danger" to future searchers.

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I would kike to say that it originally did not do that and I would never do that to anyone as I have had to remove spyware from our client's computer and it is a pain.  Could an admin please remove the link?

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Heck even MS has not removed it from their website yet.  See link
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;324299
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