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How to export Lotus Notes messages with and without attachements?

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How to export Lotus Notes messages with and without attachements?
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Thanks for the information but we do not have admin access to the corporate Lotus Notes server. No Exchange server in our office. Unable to install MS Office earlier than 2007 because of corporate desktop restrictions.

Will be testing printing needed messages to PDF before message purging by corporate.

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