Lotus Notes to Microsoft Exchange Migration: Resources

Lotus Notes to Microsoft Exchange Migration Strategy Guide for IT Professionals

In my earlier posts (Read: Lotus Notes to Microsoft Exchange Migration: Access Lotus Notes Links in Outlook 2003 – Part I, Lotus Notes to Microsoft Exchange Migration: How to send Lotus Notes Database links from Outlook – Part I) I discussed the ways to handle Lotus Notes documents Links in Outlook 2003 and Outlook 2007. I covered these topics because currently all our business workflows, intranet and content management are tied into the Lotus Domino infrastructure while our mailing is covered by Microsoft Exchange.

The foundation to Lotus Notes to Microsoft Exchange Migration

To successed with our Lotus Notes to Microsoft Exchange migration we first had to review case studies and white papers on company’s and industry professionals whose undertaken the process.

To assist in the preparation process I thought I’d list the articles that helped our team prepare with our Lotus to Microsoft Exchange migration:

The migration process wasn’t an easy task. It was painful not just to us but for our users too(unfortunately). With many hours of lost sleep and group of unhappy users. I believe with the correct preparation, resources and plan any business on Lotus Notes can migrate to Microsoft Exchange.

Now that our mailing is handled by Microsoft Exchange and our users are familiar with Outlook we can now concentrate on our new workflow platform, intranet and content management system – Microsoft Office Sharepoint Sever 2007 (MOSS 2007). Stay tuned because there’s some exciting times ahead.

Related posts:

  1. Lotus Notes to Microsoft Exchange Migration: Lotus Notes Document Link Creator for Outlook
  2. Lotus to Microsoft Exchange Migration: Restarting the Microsoft Exchange Notes Connector
  3. Lotus Notes to Microsoft Exchange Migration: How to Transfer Lotus Notes Contacts to Outlook
  4. Lotus Notes to Microsoft Exchange Migration: Access Lotus Notes Links in Outlook 2003 – Part I
  5. Lotus Notes to Microsoft Exchange Migration: A look at Lotus Notes Links in Outlook 2007

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