Import Lotus Organizer (*.OR6) calendar to Notes R5

Posted on 2005-03-23
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Does anyone know how to import data from a lotus organizer file (*.OR6) into Lotus Notes?
Question by:Alford-Miller
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jjpaton earned 1000 total points
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I found this import info:
For end-users using Organizer 2.x or 97, you can use the CS2Notes.nsf application which is an optionally-installed part of the Notes R5 client (do a custom install and select migration tools, where you can choose to install the calendar migration tools).
For batch migration of Organizer 2.x group scheduling users (used with cc:Mail), there is a Domino Upgrade Services module in the Domino Administrator. Again, it's an optional install (do a custom install). --Ed Brill, Lotus

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Good Luck

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