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Move files from IBM Notes to Outlook

How to take emails from Lotus Notes and put it in outlook? I have tried several ways and nothing worked out.

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Hi @SubbuChidambaramV-6094,

Welcome to our forum.

As I know, due to outlook and lotus are working with different file types, and Outlook only supports import these types of files : .csv and .pst. So I think the easiest method to move files from Lotus Notes to Outlook is export .csv file from Lotus and import it in Outlook, have you tried it? If not, please refer to this article to test: Migrate Lotus Notes to Outlook in the simplest way (Please Note: Since the web site is not hosted by Microsoft, the link may change without notice. Microsoft does not guarantee the accuracy of this information.)

If you actually have tried it and wouldn't like to export it manually, I'm afraid you need to search for any 3-rd party tools to convert and import the file to Outlook.


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Hi Jade,

Thanks for the answer. But, I have tried this already.

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Thanks for your update, since you have tried importing files, are you having problems importing items or exporting files to Outlook? If you had any issue when you export the file to outlook, please provide us with the detailed error information in Outlook, so that we could continue to research it with you. If there's actually no error when you export or import items manually and you just don't want to export it manually, as I mentioned above, we may need to work with other tools.

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Hi @SubbuChidambaramV-6094 ,
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Thanks for your understanding.

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