migrating users from LotusNotes to Exchange 2010 between 2 diff orgs

We have about 500 users coming from a notes env.  to our env of exchange 2010.   They want to bring their emaisl with them.   We may be provided by NSF files by their mail admin and then we use a third party tool to convert to pst.  Question .. what is the best approach, what will happen to recurring appointments, tasks,  encrypted items?  Their admin will/may config mail forwarding at his end pointed  to their mbxs on exchange server at our end.  Not sure what strategy he/we adapt.  How would you do or done this kinda migration?  Whats were the lessons learnt and what shud we consider.  Much appreciated- tnx! there will be none or have no relationship or trust of any kind between these 2 orgs.

February 13th, 2013 11:28pm

   I will connnect to lotus notes through outlook. Then I can save item as pst file.
   Using Outlook 2010 with Lotus Notes Domino
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February 14th, 2013 9:59am

I've finished recently two migrations from Lotus 7 and 8 to Exchange 2010 with Binary Tree CMT tools. Clients was surprised how smooth migration took place. The only place you need to remember is force users with encrypted mails to decrypt them before migration (1st stage of process show such a mails).
February 14th, 2013 3:35pm

We have also migrated from Lotus Notes to Outlook using a tool called Kernel for Lotus Notes to Outlook which is one of the competent software that implies professional approach in migrating all emails, attachments and other folders of Lotus Notes to Outlook. You can also get more information about this tool from http://www.exportnotestooutlook.net/
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February 20th, 2013 2:14pm

Have a look here http://www.howconvertnsftopst.convertnsftopst.biz/. It is very proficient and affordable third party Lotus notes to outlook conversion software that easily transfer or move NSF to PST files within seconds. For more visit http://www.nsftopst.net/
February 19th, 2015 1:20am

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