Migration and Coexistence of Lotus Notes Applications using Microsoft Application Services for Lotus Notes
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In the ongoing effort to reduce the total cost of ownership of an IT infrastructure, reducing administrative costs is the first endeavor undertaken by many organizations. One path organizations often take to reduce their administrative costs is to consolidate systems that perform similar tasks, such as groupware platforms.
This technical article provides a methodology for migrating Notes applications to Exchange, and a detailed guide to the Microsoft application toolset available to help you with your migration. This article assumes that you are an experienced Exchange system administrator with some knowledge of the Notes environment, and that you have a good knowledge of Outlook programming.
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Comparison of Lotus Notes and Exchange Server