Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Lotus Notes to Outlook 2010

Once my company made Lotus Notes 8.5 available  I ditched Outlook 2007/DAMO and switched to Lotus Notes somewhat reluctantly. For the first few months, I liked using lotus notes, but somewhat still despised using it due to its overall slowness. A couple of weeks ago, I could no longer take it.. So, I switched to Outlook 2010. While there are instructions available if you search diligently,  it took me at least three days to figure everything out. In an effort to save you guys some time, I have listed the tasks involved with relevant links where applicable.

I was using a 64 bit Windows 7, with Microsoft Office 64 bit. The DAMO version I used was DAMO.InterimFix6.2010.

1. To start off, I found that I had to uninstall MS Office 64 bit and install MS Office 32 bit. This is the ONLY way to make DAMO.IF6 work with Outlook 2010. There were handful of recommendations to edit the registry settings. NONE of them worked for me. So don't waste time. Just get MS Office 32 bit installed. 

2. Install DAMO Interim fix 6.. For those of you interested, I can provide the link to the setup file. Just leave a comment with your email address, I will email the link. IMPORTANT: When installing DAMO, install it in a special folder (I used C:\DominoForOutlook) and not the default folder. Also, when creating the MAPI, do not use the default folder (I used C:\DAMOData).

3. Open Outlook 2010. When you open for the first time, outlook should automatically replicate with your Domino and all your mails and calendar entries gets downloaded.

That's it you are done! Now you can not only send and receive mails, you can accept meeting requests. Read and deleted emails are appropriately reflected in your DOMINO server. You may want to open Lotus notes once in a while to make sure that this is happening.

 In older version of DAMO, recurring meeting would come as one per day. I would just hope that nobody sent an invite without an end date. With this new version of DAMO, it is no longer a problem.

I still have the following issues (that I hope to find a solution in the near future):
1. Some attachments (especially Excel/PowerPoint) come in corrupted. Word document seems to be ok.
2. Emails from select users show up with blank body if they reply to the email sent from me. 
3. Calendar invites from other outlook users (not using DAMO) show up with blank body.

I am willing to overlook these issues, just to be able work in Outlook 2010 (which btw, is awesome!)

Good luck!

Update 04/04/2013: The attachment problem above is now resolved. In word and excel, under File, Options, select Trust Center, then Protected View, Uncheck the Box for Outlook attachments and the problem of not bring able to open outlook attachments in Word and Excel, goes away. When you open an attachment, outlook will now ask you to confirm if this came from a trust worthy source. 

Update 09/15/2014: Please send your requests as a dm to my twitter handle @getsaketh since it is becoming increasingly difficult to monitor the comments.

158 comments:

  1. Great post. thanks for sharing all that info. I am as well stuck in lotus 6.5 hell right now and have been looking for a way to use outlook 2010 as the front end. My challenge is that i can t get damo. WOuld you be able to share the link with me?

    thanks
    europa3010@yahoo.com

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    1. Niels, I am glad the link I provided helped you.

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    3. Dear Saketh,
      Kindly provide me the link as well.

      Warm Regards,
      asifkadiwala@gmail.com

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  2. Thanks for the post, please provide me with the link.

    shwetapradhan2000@yahoo.com

    Thanks.

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  3. Hi could you send me the link.
    Thanks in advance
    Regards
    gabrhern@outlook.com

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  4. Hi
    Pls send link

    Regards

    Flemming@selchau.dk

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  5. Hi Saketh!

    I really appreciate link for DAMO... I've spent hours looking for it.

    mabellog@gmail.com

    Thanks in advance!
    M.

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  6. Hi Saketh,

    would you be so kind and send me the link too?

    mr.vojtechkolarik@gmail.com

    Thanks in advance!

    Vojta

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  7. Hi Saketh,

    I am using this Outlook 2010 and Lotus Notes 8.5 both. I am facing
    some problem if can assist me.
    1. I receive one attachment in outlook where as i receive 32 attachments in lotus for same mail.
    2. I receive picture in lotus but I receive blank box in outlook for same mail.


    Thanks
    Brajesh

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    1. Brajesh,
      I have not seen the first one.. But the second issue can be resolved by adjusting the trust settings in outlook.

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  8. Hi Saketh,

    I would appreciate receiving the link to DAMO Interim fix 6 setup file too, so please use: phillipscardiff@gmail.com.

    Thank you for your brilliant article listing out exactly how to achieve what's needed!

    With grateful thanks,


    Justin

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    1. Hi Saketh, Thank you for attepmting to send the link but my GMail hasn't received the message. Please could you send it instead to my work addy - PhillipsJA@Cardiff.ac.uk. Hopefully I'll have more luck with this.

      Thanks so much for all you've done. Best wishes,

      Justin

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    2. Hi Saketh,

      You're a true Gentleman, I have received the link now, so thank you for helping out above and beyond :-D

      Cheers!

      Justin

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  9. Can you also send me the link to DAMO interim fix 6

    baperson@gmail.com

    Thanks

    Ben

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  10. Can you please send me the link to DAMO interim fix 6? Thanks!

    xerxes321@hotmail.com

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  11. You can also try Stellar NSF to PST Converter Tool,It is such a tool that can effectively export all Lotus Notes emails and attachments to Outlook. With easy to use interface and user friendly features, this tool performs complete NSF to PST conversion without missing or altering any data.

    Visit to know more about this tool: http://nsftopstconverter.stellarservertools.com/

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  12. Hi Saketh
    Hi could you send me the link to gab.suarez@gmail.com
    Thanks in advance
    Regards

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  13. Saketh,

    Could you share the link with me?

    shaggymc401 at gmail dot com

    Thanks.

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  14. Could you please also send me the link for DAMO.

    goatie at gmail dot com

    Thanks.

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  15. Hi,

    Appreciate the link for DAMO too, just switched from outlook to lotus notes and dying... thanks!

    tortiseprince@gmail.com

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  16. Instead of DAMO, you can also prefers third party tool named Export Notes which convert multiple NSF files to PST without skipping information. Visit the Link:- http://www.lotusnotestooutlook.net/

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  17. Hi! thanks for the awesomeness!!! please send link to coolinkirkland@yahoo.com

    thanks!!!

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  18. Can you please send me the link to DAMO interim fix 6? Thanks!

    scziege@hotmail.com

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  19. Hi, thanks for this really useful summary. Please send me the link to saltyseadog07@gmail.com

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  20. Hi Saketh!
    Can you send me DAMO link? Good post, and useful informations!

    muzlizom@gmail.com

    Thanks a lot.

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  21. Hi Saketh
    Can you send me the link please
    Thanks for the time spent sorting this out.

    Alastairbranson@gmail.com

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  22. Hi can you please send me the link for Damo

    cricketav@gmail.com

    Thanks in advance

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  23. Hi Saketh,

    I'd appreciate if you could send me the link to my email id at tomtomtin at gmail dot com.

    thanks in advance.

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  24. Have you tried using it on outlook 2013?

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  25. Hi

    can you please share the link sunny5055@outlook.com

    DAMO doesn't with any of the 64 bit office 2010 or 2013.
    I'll try on 32bit and see.

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  26. Please send the link @ raj.nadar79@gmail.com

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  28. Thanks for this Tutorial. I am very interested in the link for damo : wolojonathan@gmail.com

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  29. Hi Saketh,

    I'm facing the same experience as you did with Lotus Notes. When you migrated to Office 32-bit from 64-bit, are there any other issues? And of course, could you please share the link for damo. Thanks.

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  30. ftp://mailpgc.pg-consultant.com/Lotus%20DAMO/DAMO-8.0.2-InterimFix6-02052010.exe

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  31. Hi Saketh,
    could you please send me the link : janet.roosjen@gmx.de
    Thanks

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  32. Hello Saketh,

    Please share the link to me: azuarfariz@gmail.com...thx

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  33. A very interesting article. Could you please email the link to richardt@riverforth.co.uk

    thanks

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  34. Please share the link

    nitrobass24 at gmail dot com

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  35. Can someone share the link with me?

    rayeniguard-hyip@yahoo.com

    Thanks

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  36. Could you send me the link ?

    villain.guillaume at gmail dot com

    Thanks

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  37. Hi Saketh,

    I'd appreciate if you could forward the link to my email a/c at
    mohammed.riz1 @ gmail . com

    thanks & Regards,

    riz1

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  38. Here is the link to download setup.DAMO.InterimFix6.2010.exe file :
    https://skydrive.live.com/?id=F438F66913509F1F!1471&cid=f438f66913509f1f&

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  39. This is great information. Any idea how to use your local NSF as the server rather than the real server (my local replicated copy)? I've tried 127.0.0.1 and Local as the server names but with no luck. I get the following error "Unable to connect to server. The server may be down or you may have entered the wrong address. Please try again."

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  40. could you please share the link ?

    Thanks

    click.to.the.jiyoung@gmail.com

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  41. User can also get the same free utility by visiting here- http://www.lotus.notestooutlook.com

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  42. Thanks for the info - could you send the DAMO link to nr2xf@bu.mintemail.com

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  43. Another open-source tool which works fantastically well is iNotes-exporter https://github.com/javabean/iNotes-exporter which can expose your Lotus email as a POP3 server (it needs access to the webmail only), along with exporting to a variety of mailbox formats.

    And for easy migration to Outlook, there is even a great web interface available at https://github.com/javabean/iNotes-exporter-web

    To work around the "sent on behalf of" Google smtp server addition, you can use Yahoo's smtp servers (same steps: add you work email to your Yahoo account first).

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  44. Hi,

    Great post. Would appreciate if you could send me the executable for the DAMO setup.

    buddy_spy86@yahoo.com
    Thanks.

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  45. more then interested in the link. Tired to find the file on google. no success.
    my account is martijn.bergevoet@gmail.com

    Thanks

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  46. Please can you send me the link?

    My Email is luis_soto@wvi.org

    Regards

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  47. If you would be so kind to provide the link to me as well
    Rajeshsms@yahoo.com

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  48. Saketh,
    where I can change default 90 days sync in Outlook 2010.
    I forgot where is it. Used DAMO on W7 for more than a year. It works find on 8.1 but
    I have messages for last 90 days from Lotus. IBM gives a tip but I cannot find a settings for DAMO in Outlook 2010.
    Cause
    By default, DAMO will import (initialize) only those documents that were created or modified within the past 90 days.


    Answer
    Workaround:


    1. From Outlook/DAMO go to Tools --> Options --> Domino Preferences --> Replication.

    2. Select a large number (for example, 1600 MB) as the server mail file threshold.

    3. Enter the maximum of 365 for "Do not replicate messages older than" field.

    NOTE: This field is referenced only when the threshold size is reached.

    With these settings, the folders likely be correctly populated in DAMO.

    NOTE: If you make these setting changes, replication takes longer. However, Product Development recommends that you use this method to replicate the first time so that all messages are received. Once initial replication occurs, change the setting back to a lower threshold to shorten subsequent replications.




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  49. Hello! I'm interested in the link as well - rpaz61@hotmail.com

    Thank you!

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  50. Hello, Please send me the link as well - pakumah@hotmail.com

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  51. Hi,

    I would love the link as well- reitman@american.edu.
    Thanks!

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  52. Hi, Please send me the link as well stere67@hotmail.com

    Thanks

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  53. Sick of Lotus Notes, I Need Outlook!

    cobb.mark.e@gmail.com

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  54. Hi Saketh

    Please send me a link! leroy.kahn AT gmail.com

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  55. Hi Saketh

    Please send me the link, to: mikenatkin@gmail.com

    Thank you!

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  56. Sent the link to all of you who requested.

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  57. Hi Saketh

    Can you send me the link also. theratrace@gmail.com

    Thanks

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  58. Hi Saketh,
    Can you please send me the link. exceldba@gmail.com
    Thanks.

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  59. Hi Saketh

    Can you send me the link also. bscameheorn@gmail.com

    Thanks

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  60. Advance NSF to PST Converter software is a perfect and quick migration utility which efficiently moves unlimited no of mailboxes from Lotus Notes to Outlook. You can securely move all your emails and other data Lotus Notes/NSF to MS Exchange Server/MS Outlook/pst files.
    Few months back i had used ths tool for Lotus notes to outlook migration, i had completed this task with few minutes.
    Use Free trial version to see the preview of converted Lotus Notes Mailboxes.
    http://www.nsf-to-pst-converter.recoverydeletedfiles.com/

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  61. THanks can you share the link please?

    stephen@golliker.com

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  62. Hello.
    Can you send me the link for DAMO please ?

    gpasdemail@free.fr

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  63. Hello,
    it would be wonderfull if you could provide me the link for the DAMo, i can't find it on IBM website.
    Thank's

    contact@comunic.fr

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  64. hello,

    Could you email the link to ade.m.bowen at gmail.com.

    Thanks

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    1. This link worked for me
      https://skydrive.live.com/?id=F438F66913509F1F!1471&cid=f438f66913509f1f&

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  65. Hello.
    Great news! Thanks for your article!
    Please mail me the link to valentyn_tofel@yahoo.com

    Many thanks!!!

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    1. This link worked for me
      https://skydrive.live.com/?id=F438F66913509F1F!1471&cid=f438f66913509f1f&

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  66. Hi

    Thanks for this useful article. But IBM closed up DAMO Link.
    Can you please provide it to me: mail@mgubler.de

    Thank you!

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    1. This link worked for me
      https://skydrive.live.com/?id=F438F66913509F1F!1471&cid=f438f66913509f1f&

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  68. Thanks for the file!
    When I install the DAMO I get this error message:
    "Failed to create new MAPI profile. Error configuring Domino Address Book service"

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  69. Hi would appreciate the link please sibruv@hotmail.com

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  72. Hello Saketh,

    Could you please send me the link?

    My mail: mldmac@hotmail.fr

    Thanks in advance!

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  73. Can you send me the link too ?

    jeroenmercelis@hotmail.com

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  74. I followed the instructions but I keep getting an error "Failed to create a new MAPI profile. Error Creating New Profile." Any clues / recommendations?

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  75. Was able to get DAMO installed and can send receive mails from Outlook and access the Notes address book. However, I am unable to see other people's calendars, therefore I don't know if they are free or busy at a certain time and, can't set up meetings from Outlook. Can anyone help with this?

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  76. Hi Saketh may you send me the link too? daniel.bargetze@hsgalumni.ch

    Many thanks in advance

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  77. Saketh, please send me the DAMO download link. ken.ostrovsky((at))gmail

    your blog entry is very informative.

    Thank you,

    Ken

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  78. Saketh, this looks great, can you provide the DAMO download link?

    dstroope@icloud.com

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  79. Saketh, thanks for the informative article. Can you provide me with a the link to DAMO?

    rob.barbeau@gmail.com

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  80. Can I get the link too. Thanks

    asheley72@cox.net

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  81. Hi,

    could you email me the link?

    Fong_h_ma@yahoo.com

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  82. Hi
    may I kindly ask you to provide me the link?
    thank you

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  83. Hi
    Another request to please send me the DAMO download link
    stephen.carr57@gmail.com
    Many thanks

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  84. I would also be interested in the link

    bscameheorn@gmail.com

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  85. Hi Saketh. Please can you share the setup file for DAMO Please? im fed up with Lotus notes.

    my email id is rajesh.duvooru@live.com or rajesh.duvooru@gmail.com

    Thakns
    Rajesh

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  86. Hi Saketh. Please can you share the setup file for DAMO ?

    my email id is mwfighterz@gmail.com

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  87. Hi Saketh. Could you pretty please share the setup file for DAMO? My email address is u11874@gmail.com. Thank you.

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  88. Could you please share the link - desperate! :) sat13734@gmail.com

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  89. Hi Sakeh,
    Could you please give me link with DAMO, minras@gmail.com.
    Thank you.

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  90. If you are still sending out links, twyfordj AT yahoo DOT com. thank you

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  91. Hello Saketh,
    Could you please send me the link? Thank you...
    tprucha@gmail.com

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  92. Fantastic article. Could you please send me the link cookie999@hotmail.com.
    Thanks in advance

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  93. Hello Saket,
    I have been looking around for a while for DAMO. Seems you resolved a lot of guys pain. Please send the link for me too. arun.nair.padmanabhan@gmail.com

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  94. I too am looking to configure it . Can you please share the link with me ? pedro_prata@hotmail.com Thank you so much !

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  95. Hello Saket,

    Could you please send me the link for the DAMO version that you specified in your article? gmack523@gmail dot com

    Thank You!
    Jerry

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  96. this is really helpful
    nandakumar87@gmail.com

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  97. Great, please send me the link of DAMO. Many thanks.

    rayycat-dc@yahoo.com.hk

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  98. Hello Saket,

    Its exactly what I was looking for. Great job...!!Can you please share the download link.

    vikasingle@gmail.com

    Thanks in advance
    Vikas

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  99. Great article. Could you please send me the link abby.mui626@gmail.com
    Thanks.

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  100. Hi Saket,
    Really Good article..

    can you share the link

    Mohan
    mohan@doctornotes.in

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  101. Please send your requests as a dm to my twitter handle @getsaketh since it is becoming increasingly difficult to monitor the comments.

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  102. @getsaketh Hi Saketh can you send me the link to DAMO download please.

    probablythebestemailaddress@gmail.com

    Thanks Damian

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  103. For Notes to Outlook conversion one can also try Kernel for Lotus Notes to Outlook Conversion software. It is easy to use and free trial version is also available. To download this software visit http://www.nsfpst.org

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  104. hi sir
    Please send me this link to email id atulsirsode@gmail.com

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  105. To migrate NSF file to PST try one can also get the most valuable email migration tool from http://www.howtoconvertnsftopst.convertnsftopst.biz

    To know about software process visit http://nsftopstfile.blogspot.in/2014/08/lotus-notes-to-outlook.html

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  106. Hi Sir ,

    Please send me the link to dl Microsoft Outlook (DAMO) 8.0.2 IF6
    Ryanvoon@gmail.com

    THanks

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  107. Hi Sir,

    Could you please send me the link to srikantgawai@gmail.com.

    Thanks

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  108. Hi Saketh!
    Can you send me DAMO link? Good post, and useful informations!

    vvishu.lmg@gmail.com

    Thanks a lot.

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  109. Hi Saketh!
    Can you send me DAMO link? Good post, and useful informations!

    vishu.lmg@gmail.com

    Thanks a lot.

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  110. Hello,
    You can check out some more advanced application for NSF to PST Conversion from here http://www.nsftopst.net/. By using it you can instantly move Lotus Notes data to Outlook within few clicks.

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  111. Hi,

    I have connected to MS outlook 2007 from lotus notes 9.0 I have some 25 folders in lotus notes and got replicated in MS outlook but mails are not replicating.. it showing intial setup ... please allow mail files to replicate it and it is in progress screen , I have 290 MB mail in lotus notes.. past 3 hours it is in intial screen.. let me know do i have to do any modifications..

    Thanks in Advance,

    Dhinesh

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  112. And it showing over all state : 100% IDle

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  113. Hi,

    my PC configuration is the following : W7 with SP1 64 bits .
    I tried to install the setup : DAMO.802.InterimFix6.20100205.exe .

    The connection to the Notes server is ok, it well recognized my user and server.

    But each time, the installation is crashing after the connection to the Notes server with the same following error in the log :

    WARNING (0) On Windows Vista, the NSD service is required and must be installed and started
    to enable NSD processing. Because of this requirement, the current NSD log
    may contain errors, warnings and missing data. See nsd -help for more
    information about installing NSD service using -svcinst and -svcstart options.
    ERROR (4): can't attach to process [ audiodg: 0a68] - (5) Accès refusé.

    WARNING (0): File C:\Users\jgigot\AppData\Local\Lotus\DominoForOutlook\pid.nbf not found

    ERROR (4): can't attach to process [ audiodg: 0a68] - (5) Accès refusé.

    2 error files are generated nsd_W32I_...log and kill_W32I_...log

    Can some give me advice to solvte this install issue ?

    Rgds,

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  114. funkthefame [at] gmail.com please.

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  115. Excellent write-up. Would you mind sharing the DAMO link?

    Thank you,

    Brian

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  116. Excellent write-up. Would you mind sharing the DAMO link?

    bscameheorn@gmail.com

    Thank you,

    Brian

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  117. Hi Excellent Blog, would you mind sending or sharing the DAMO link to me, jhairehtenorio@gmail.com is my email add.

    Thanks in advance regards,

    Jhaireh

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  118. Hello,

    Excellent write-up. Would you mind sharing the DAMO link?

    gbestenheider(at)yahoo.com

    Thank you

    Regards

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  119. I would like to suggest you a reliable software NSF to PST Converter to try demo from https://softcart.wordpress.com/nsf-to-pst-converter-software/ It is easily converts Lotus Notes data to Outlook PST files without making any change in original data.

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  120. Try this nsf to pst software for converting all items of Lotus Notes (NSF) files to Outlook (PST) files format including emails, drafts, journals, permanently deleted emails, contacts, attachments, notes, sent emails, appointments, etc. See more information at: http://www.mozesoft.com/nsf-to-pst-converter.html

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  122. Use Lotus Notes to Outlook software for converting all items of Lotus Notes (NSF) files to Outlook (PST) files format including emails, drafts, journals,permanently deleted emails, contacts, attachments, notes, sent emails, appointments, etc.

    Read More:- http://www.tools4recovery.com/nsf-to-pst-converter.html

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    So Visit:- http://www.softmagnat.com/nsf-to-pst-converter.html

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  125. Download best solution of NSF to MSG conversion for converting Lotus Notes NSF file to MSG file with whole versions of Lotus Notes file and MSG file

    read more
    http://www.convertnsftomsg.nsf-to-pst.com/

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  126. Hello,

    Would you mind sharing the DAMO link?

    darwin.tjindaidi@gmail.com

    Thank you

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  127. Would you mind sharing the DAMO link?
    tommyleu97@gmail.com

    Thank you

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  128. I do believe that NSF to PST email converter software which converts Lotus Notes to Outlook.

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  129. Hello,

    Would you mind sharing the DAMO link?

    thekinster@gmail.com

    Thank you

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  130. Hello,
    would you send me the link for DAMO?

    Kubik.T1@seznam.cz

    Thank you!

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