Lotus Notes 6.5.2 Question - Import PST and Create an additional NSF File

Posted on 2006-03-28
Last Modified: 2013-12-18

Is there a way to create an addition NSF file that I can store locally on my workstation? Something similar to having an additional PST file as used by outlook?

Also, I did lots of searching and haven't seen any 'easy' to import a PST file into Lotus 6.5.2. Any suggestions?

Question by:kirkfondren
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    You can open as many Notes databases Locally as you want.
    Use, File - new , or Ctrl-N
    Importing PST files can be done using Notes utilities that generally come on the Serverinstall CD.

    I hope this helps !
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    It's funny how seeing someone else type something down jogs one's memory...thanks for the help!

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