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Migrating from Lotus/Domin to Exchange 2003

Posted on 2006-11-10
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Is anyone aware of any tricks or problems in this migration???   Thanks!!!
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no not aware i have done several to exchange 2000 getting ready to do the first to 2003 , i will let you know how it goes, i always use the lotus migration tool from microsoft always works very well
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What about any difference in looks on the client side (i.e. Outlook)  If a user had a certain email folder layout does that transfer as well.  So if a user had an inbox and below that had folders organizing their emails, would theylook the same after the migration and the user opens Outlook?
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the user will have to adjust to to outlook, I would sugest training in outlook before hand to get them ready but you can adjust outlook to the folder view lay a out and the will see all the sub folders under their inbox the contact will have to be exported from lotus and imported in outlook
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