There are several ways to do such kind of job. Microsoft does not have an updated Notes Connector and does not plan to release one.
The export procedure as email conversion or Notes migration or export Lotus Notes to Outlook. Every item of Notes file is exported to Outlook file as emails, calendars, images, attachments, journals, appointments, alarms, schedules, to do list, favorites and documents, presentations, spreadsheets, contacts, drafts, sent emails, existing folders with sub folders.
I am providing the procedure to export Notes to Outlook:
1. List the .NSF file in the software.
2. Scan and Preview the file before saving them
3. Define the save option: PST or Exchange Server any one
4. Define the Text type format: Text or RTF
Imp. NOTE: Save emails in text format- fastest speed and save emails in rtf format- Low Quality- Medium Speed, Save emails in rtf format – best Quality – Lowest Speed.
5. Selected folders get saved at the defined location
6. View the converted .NSF file with MS Outlook.
The versions support are :
a) Lotus Notes – 8.0, 7.0, 6.5
b) MS Outlook – 97, 98, 2000, 2003, 2007
c) Lotus Domino Server – 8.0, 7.0, 6.5
There is a another way, but this requires bit of experience ….
For this u need to use the DAMO connector.
The Lotus Notes MAPI service provider (or NOTES MAPI support) is a .dll file provided with Lotus Notes. It allows programs that require a MAPI interface, including the Microsoft Outlook to access LOTUS NOTES e-mail.So it is now possible to use the File > Send command within 32-bit Microsoft Offfice applications (which do not support Lotus’ VIM messaging standard) to send mail via Lotus Notes.
When u install Lotus Notes, if the setup program finds MAPI support installed, it will add NOTES to the list of MAPI services available to Outlook profile. Before applications can use Notes MAPI support, u must include Lotus Notes as a service in ur Outlook profile.
OR u may try out for a 3rd party SW also.
Hope this info may help u !