Migrating from Microsoft Exchange and Outlook to IBM Lotus Domino and Lotus Notes 8 and later using Binary Tree's CMT

This white paper explains the detailed steps to migrate a Microsoft® Exchange® server and Outlook® client to IBM® Lotus® Domino® and Lotus Notes® with the help of Binary Tree's Common Migration Tool (CMT).

12 August 2009 (First published 31 July 2009)

This white paper explains the detailed steps to migrate a Microsoft® Exchange® server and Outlook® client to IBM® Lotus® Domino® and Lotus Notes® with the help of Binary Tree's Common Migration Tool (CMT).

In this article

  • Overview
  • Prerequisites
  • Migrating with CMT
  • Migrating local data using CMT
  • Conclusion
  • Resources

Summary

By Hansraj Mali

Using Binary Tree's Common Migration Tool (CMT), you can migrate data from one email system to another. Although you can use the tool to migrate from numerous types of email systems to Lotus Notes, the focus of this white paper is describing its capabilities with respect to migrating from Microsoft Exchange 2003/2007 (and Outlook) to Lotus Notes and Domino 8.0 and 8.5.

By using the straightforward steps outlined in this white paper, a Lotus Domino administrator can fairly easily migrate data from Microsoft Exchange to Lotus Domino 8.0 and later. Similarly, the Outlook client can be migrated to Lotus Notes following the client-to-client migration steps provided.

Download

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Whitepaper in PDF formatMigratingMSExchangeDominoCMTFinal2.pdf1.31MB

Resources

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