How can I copy my adress book in lotusnotes (nsf ) to Ms outlook (pst) address book?

Posted on 2003-03-12
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I was previousely using Lotues Notes mail server, but now decided to use micrisoft outlook for my mails. Now after the installation and configuration I am unable to copy all the data from names.nsf to address book database in Ms outlook.

Please could you advice me on what to do so that I can read all addresses I have from Lotusnotes to outlook express.
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