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Hi, I'm quite sure some of you have dealt with Lotus Notes to Exchange migration, so I hope someone could shed some light on my Lotus Notes to pst conversion questions:

I have a potential customer who has a hosted Lotus Notes solution for only five users who wants to migtrate to Exchange 2013 on prem. Since I have no experience with Lotus Notes and no possibility to access the clients infrastructure at this time I have the following questions:

  1. Is it possible to export the NSF files without admin rights without admin rights on the PC via the Lotus Notes client (version is 8.x)?
  2. Has anyone tried tools like ExportNotes and has any recommendations?
  3. Can I achieve the conversion of mails, calenders and adress books without the use of third-party tools or is this not advisable even in very small environments?



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If it's just E-mail connect outlook to IMAP and export calendar and contacts from notes. 
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Thanks a lot!
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I know this is kind of an older post, but here is some other information about nsf to PST.

http://www.nsfpst.org/blog/how-to-convert-lotus-notes-nsf-files-to-ms-outlook-pst-files/


wish I can remember how we did it, but that was about 10 years ago.   I seem to remember using quest tools.  But for 5 mailboxes that is clearly over kill. 

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