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Lotus Address book export compatibility

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I have a user on Outlook 2003 on XP previously using the Lotus Notes v6 client on domino v4.  After installing Microsofts connectro for Lotus, I am having issues sending mail using the address book.  It sends to the address username\domain@domain.  Most importantly, it has also been difficult to export .nsf and .nst archives in a format that outlook can import.  The domino address book has all the internal addresses, but we also will need this users personal pernames.nst.   Has anyone experienced a similar issue and resolution?
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Your best bet would be to export the documents from Domino in CSV format. Outlook 2003 should import it neatly.

You might have to export the addresses twice from Notes. Once for the global address book and again for your personal address book. Once you have exported them you may import them one by one in Outlook.

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I actually ended up purchasing a product from www.transend.com that is incredible.  It converts archives, address books, etc, and is much easier to work with than the Microsoft Exchange Connector for Lotus notes.  Thanks RanjeetRain for the attempt, although I have had much difficulty importing the contactsafter converting to .csv.  It seems that Outlook, and excel are expecting Named Ranges, and no matter what I tried, they would not import.  Thanks for the help, though.
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