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Blog about Dell's Notes Migrator to SharePoint tool and other things related to Lotus Notes migration projects

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Public webcast later today

Introducing Notes Migrator for SharePoint 6.2

This release will be downloadable from the web site in a couple days. 

The biggest feature by far is full SharePoint 2013 support.  Everything you could do in SharePoint 2010 you can now do in SharePoint 2013 and the new version of Office 365.  Its that simple!

The other features from our release notes are:

  • Zip attachments while migrating
  • Support for Pass-through HTML
  • Special handling of documents containing just one attachment
  • Full folder migration (example: Domino.Doc binders)
  • Support for multiple Notes passwords
  • Improved lookup field support (add missing choices)
  • Improved support for migrating to Claims-based environments
  • Render with form improvements (computed subforms, etc.)
  • Discovery process is more robust

Some of these features will be more self-explanatory than others.  I will be posting detailed walkthroughs of a lot of these features here in coming days.  You can also check out the “what’s new” section of the user guide or watch my recorded “update” training here: http://communities.quest.com/docs/DOC-14812

New Webcast: Migrating Lotus Notes Applications to SharePoint Online in Office 365

Take Command of Your Notes Application Migration to SharePoint 2010

Here is a webcast I recorded in December that covers new SharePoint 2010 capabilities (and how to migrate to them from Lotus Notes).  Along the way, it shows off a number of new Notes Migrator for SharePoint 6.0 features:  http://www.quest.com/events/ListDetails.aspx?ContentID=13273

PS:  In case you missed it, the beta program Notes Migrator for SharePoint 6.0 is still running.  Click here for details.

Upcoming Notes Migration Webcasts

New Demo on Rebuilding Notes applications with Web Parts

Ghazwan on the Quest presales team just recorded a demo on rebuilding complex Notes applications in SharePoint with Quest Web Parts for SharePoint. You can watch it [here].

Of course, you can find this demo and many others at http://www.quest.com/notesdemos.