Migration from Lotus Note / Domino to Microsoft office 365


  • Core functionality has been agreed to be tested which include:

    - Provisioning of user account (create, delete, amend)

    - Authentication

    - Data Migration and

    - Usability. 

    The Background of the project is the migration of data from Lotus note/Domino to Microsoft Office 365. 

    A: How would we go about testing the product?

    B: What are the main features to look out for in order to  achieve test coverage in this type of project?

    • 이동됨 Cindy Meister MVP 2013년 7월 23일 화요일 오전 11:58 not developer-related
    • 편집됨 bensmith1 2013년 7월 23일 화요일 오후 1:41
    2013년 7월 22일 월요일 오후 10:21

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  • You've posted in the MSDN forums, which target developers' programming questions. You're unlikely to find the expertise here for your question, which has nothing to do with programming. I'll try moving you to the TechNet forums for IT professionals...

    Cindy Meister, VSTO/Word MVP, my blog

    2013년 7월 23일 화요일 오전 11:57
  • Many thanks Cindy.
    2013년 7월 23일 화요일 오후 1:43
  • For migrating Lotus Notes (NSF files) & Domino Server Mailboxes in Office 365 accounts use only a Good-Quality Lotus Notes to Office 365 migration application. The product executes Bulk migrations with high-speed and data security. Perform migration of emails, contacts (mailing lists), calendars and task (to-do lists) completely into Office 365.

    Get Product Overview at:

    (Facility to Migrate Lotus Notes as well as Domino Server Mailboxes)

    2013년 12월 13일 금요일 오전 4:42
  • Hello bensmith1,

    Due to the lack of features of Lotus Notes users are searching for the best and trustworthy solution. MS Office 365 is the best platform to explore their NSF data. To execute the manual process there is a need of IMAP connector in Lotus Notes. To read about the manual process you need to read this blog:

    2018년 12월 17일 월요일 오전 6:35