Updated On - 13 Jan 2020

How to Backup IBM Notes NSF Files

Email Migration

Backup is an important activity which ensures the security of data. The same applies to database files of email clients too. Talking about one such an email client, the IBM Notes, its database files have .nsf extension and stores all the Notes data including emails, tasks, contacts, journals, etc. We received many user queries for…

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Updated On - 12 Nov 2019

IBM Notes v/s Office 365

Email Migration

IBM Notes and Office 365 are two widely used email managers, though Office 365 is gaining more popularity these days. The reason could be its advanced features and the convenience of the cloud platform. And this shift is growing day-by-day under the influence of Office 365 advanced features. Though we say about them together, both…

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Updated On - 24 Oct 2019

‘Mailbox is locked’ – Office 365 Sync Fails after Migration

Email Migration

While migrating Exchange mailbox from one database to another, the Exchange Administrator does not need to sync the data to each folder, but Exchange Server does it automatically. But occasionally you may have to face some error related to the syncing of a mailbox. One such error is following – Couldn’t switch the mailbox into…

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Updated On - 03 Jan 2020

Import Lotus Notes to Outlook 2019/2016/2013

Email Migration

When there is a need for Lotus Notes to Outlook migration, it is necessary to convert NSF files to PST, as both these database files (NSF and PST) can be accessed on their respective email clients only. The organizations may find Outlook application more useful to work with because of its flexibility, features, and compatibility…

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Updated On - 06 Feb 2020

Ways to Import MBOX to Outlook 2019

Email Migration

More than 20 email clients for desktop (and some for mobile) supports MBOX file format to store mailbox data including emails, attachments, etc. But when we think of a robust and feature-rich experience, Microsoft’s Outlook 2016 & 2019 comes at the top. Outlook 2016 & 2019 is quite simple to use and comes with a…

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