Lotus Notes Export File from 1999

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This is somewhat of a random question but after spending hours scouring the web and trying different tools, I am unable to find a solution. I worked for a company from 1999 to 2000 that used Lotus Notes. Prior to leaving, I exported all of my email to a TXT file. I now wish to import that TXT file into either Outlook, convert it to MBOX, GMail, anything that's more of a standard format. I have tried a few tools (such as NTE_CONV but it appears to only handle contacts) with little success. I also downloaded the latest notes client but when I performed the Structured Text import, it took the single message and converted it into 80, obviously confusing the headers in the process. My questions are as follows: 1. Does anyone have any idea what format the below message is? 2. Are there any tools out there that would allow me to convert it to a more appropriate format? 3. If not, where can I find archived version of Notes and which version would I have probably used in 1999/2000? The format of the text file consists of the headers followed by the message in this example: SendTo: Mark LastName/Company@Company CopyTo: Chris LastName/Company@Company From: CN=Brian Kim/O=Company Subject: demo PostedDate: 08/27/2000 03:59:54 PM RouteServers: CN=CompanyNotes/O=Company RouteTimes: 08/27/2000 03:57:52 PM-08/27/2000 03:57:52 PM DeliveredDate: 08/27/2000 03:57:53 PM $Orig: Categories: $Revisions: Mark, I was able to fix a problem... Thanks. I realize its kind of an unusual problem but if someone can point me in the right direction, it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Chris
ASKED: January 16, 2008  10:58 PM
UPDATED: February 21, 2008  7:28 AM

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If this was me, I’d probably write a quick VB app to parse the file and create Outlook MSG files for each message.

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