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Where can I get the lotus notes connector for Exchange 2007?
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I would start here: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-gb/interopmigration/bb403105.aspx

If that isn't enough you will need to speak to Quest.

Simon.
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There is no connector for Exchange 2007. Instead, there is the "transporter suite." Here's how things map out compared to the 2003 connector:

1) 2003 has DirSync. So does Transporter, They're basically idnetical
2) 2003 connector had an MTA for traidng messages with Domino. 2007 Expects you to set up SMTP routing instead. There's a helper add-in to smooth this out.
3) 2003 had a calendar connector that lived "on top of" the mail connector (MTA). Transporter has an independent Calendar Connector that functions pretty much identically.
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