Kernel Office 365 Migrator for Lotus Notes brings you some new features in its new version. It now has a simple GUI. The new version has the option to assign impersonation rights to Office 365 users. With the new version, the mapping can be done manually or using CSV file. Users now have View folder option in Preview to view mailbox folders. The software is expected to be more useful for Notes to Office 365 migration.
The latest version of Kernel Office 365 Migrator for Lotus Notes 17.0 is out today. After a few enhancements, the tool is now capable of migrating large-sized files with all the items like emails, attachments, appointments, sent mails, contacts etc. And the migration process is quite fast and reliable.
With its improved preview feature, users can now view emails and attachments in their original layout, along with the date information. Overall, the enhancements have made it a complete tool for NSF to Office 365 migration.
Lepide Software Pvt. Ltd announces the release of Kernel Office 365 Migrator for Lotus Notes. It is a powerful migration tool for easily moving from Lotus Notes to cloud-based Office 365 environment. This software migrates entire mailbox items from both local NSF and Domino Server to Office 365 mailboxes. It even allows users to edit folder names in Office 365. Equipped with two efficient recovery modes, Standard and Advanced mode; it allows to migrate multiple NSF files simultaneously. A free evaluation version is also made available to experience its working features.
Export IBM Notes & Domino Server NSF files to Office 365 (Exchange Online) directly
NSF files from IBM (Lotus) Notes can be easily migrated to Office 365 without the need for any technical assistance. The users add multiple NSF files for migration. And this is the easiest way to access Notes emails in Office 365 accounts. Read more..
NSF files from Domino server can also be migrated to Office 365. The tool supports migration of unlimited NSF files with advanced filtering options. Also, the tool searches and finds the Domino Serves. Read more..
You can select both Notes NSF files and Domino Server files and migrate them together using a CSV file. This quickens the migration process and reduces the effort. You can download a pre-designed CSV file from the tool.
You can migrate NSF files to different Office 365 accounts (using a CSV file). This can be done just by providing the required Office 365 credentials against the NSF file to be migrated. Read more..
Lotus Notes to Office 365 migration software is very much capable of executing the complete migration of all items from Lotus Notes NSF and Domino Server files including emails, attachments, calendars, appointments, contacts, journals, sent mails, to-do item list, and every other folder. It guarantees to complete the migration process without causing any disturbance to an existing email environment.
Lotus Notes to Office 365 Migrator permits its user to migrate unlimited NSF files to Office 365 simultaneously using CSV file. You can insert the details of multiple NSF files and migrate them.
The software allows you to easily switch selective items among Mails, Contacts, Calendars and Tasks from Lotus Notes environment to Microsoft Office 365 cloud platform. In fact, it has got a filter functionality to specify the Date range to filter the Lotus Notes NSF file items. Also, there are options for excluding and including folders for migration.
While a user defines the selection criteria before performing an email migration, the software also provides option to exclude customized folders a user have created. A user would just require specifying the name of the folder in the Exclude Folder(s) field.
The tool displays the entire NSF data so that users can preview it before migrating to Office 365. Emails, attachments, and other mailbox items can be previewed in this way. Also, users can verify email properties and dates while previewing. However, preview facility is not available for Domino Server Files.
The software has been programmed in such a manner that any individual without possessing any technical expertise can download and operate it very easily. In fact, one can carry out quick migration of Lotus Notes data to Office 365.
You can download the free trial version of Lotus Notes to Office 365 Migration software and evaluate its performance before making any decision to buy the software.
|Software Features||Trial Version||Full Version|
|Supports every version of Lotus Notes and Domino Server|
|Supports multiple Lotus Notes NSF files to Office 365|
|Supports accurate Unicode character migration|
|File Saving Capabilities||Save only first 10 emails of every folder existing in the Notes System file (NSF) to Office 365||Converts all items from Lotus Notes NSF and Domino Server files|
IBM Notes to Office 365 migration software is very handy to all those who wish to migrate their old emailing data from Lotus Notes to cloud-based Office 365. It is important for users to follow the steps mentioned below to export files to the cloud:
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