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How to convert rules from Outlook 2003 to Lotus Notes 7

Posted on 2006-10-25
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Currently we have approximately 100+ rules in Exchange 2003. I've done a search on the topic here but no success in finding how to convert these rules to Lotus Notes 7.

Is there a site or doc anywhere I can follow to perform this conversion? Is it possible or do I have to create every rule from scratch again in Notes?

Thanks in advance.

Ralph Monis
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I doubt that you can do any conversion.

You will need to recreate them on the DOmino Server.

If for SPAM prevention, I would look into Kspam and in general the SPAM blocking capabilities of Domino.

I hope this helps !
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Thank you SysExpert,

We may have to create each rule by hand anyway since I just found out that even if there was a way for the rules to be imported, they can only be run manually. I'd like to keep this post open in case there any more suggestions or advise from anybody out there. Thanks again.

Ralph Monis
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