Lotus Notes -> NS 7 address conversion

Hi All,

I have an urgent need to convert a Notes (unknown version!) address book to Netscape 7 (or eudora, outlook, ldif,  .tab, .csv, .txt as NS 7 can import these) can anyone advise me of any FREE conversion tools that can do this? Or would anyone do this for me if I post my mail address (note: notes address book is 3.2MB!).

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There is a product called CMT from Binraytree.com

Check it

Also there are lots of tools I posted on to this site.. make a search you might get it

Well here is the question that I was mentioning..


Mostly Netscape should allow you to import CSV format.
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HaydnHAuthor Commented:
" There is a product called CMT from Binraytree.com"

This product migrates TO notes... not FROM notes.

All of the other products are not free although some have demos they will only convert X number of addresses without purchase =/

The other EE question assumes that the user has notes and can export to a useful format. I do not have notes available until thursday (hence the urgency and 500pt question) and therefore am stuck with the lotus notes .nsf address book!

If you want send me the db I will see if I can convert it to the netscape format... WIth time crunch in my routine I might not get back to you more quicker. Let me try ...
HaydnHAuthor Commented:
If Hemantha is too busy, you cn send it my way as well.
Converted the AB into ldif format and sent it. Import it using netscape address book.

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HaydnHAuthor Commented:
Annoyingly I use my work e-mail for EE and had forgotten all about this question lol... that also means I forgot to bring the address book in to work with me where I have notes!

I'll check that I can import the ldif you sent tonight when I get home and award the points then. (can't access my home e-mail from work and don't have NS here either =/)


I will send it in CSV now. I thought You liked to be compatible to NS only.
HaydnHAuthor Commented:
The ldif is fine... it will have to wait until tonight anyway as I can't access that e-mail address from where I am now.

HaydnHAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the help HemanthaKumar =)

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