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Moving from Lotus notes to Exchange on Office365

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Hi,

I am looking to find a simple method to move mail (and calendar info etc.. if easy) from Lotus Notes Server to Exchange for Office365. I am looking at tools such as Migration Wiz but would like some advice on best plan to move accounts and legacy mail in a seamless fashion before i make final MX record change.

Thanks in advance.

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Options:
- you can turn the Domino server into an IMAP mail server
- you can use the MS Transporter
- you can use professional tools like Quest or SysTools

Or you can stay on Domino, install DAMO, and save yourself a bundle.

More info:
http://www.bleedyellow.com/blogs/dotdomino/entry/replacing_notes_here_s_how_it_really_goes_down4?lang=en
http://itcomparison.com/Mail/Exchange2k7vslotus8/Exchange2k7vslotus8.htm
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I would need something more specific. We are defintely moving to O365, so we need the best way to do it.
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