There r several pitfalls when u r trying to migrate from Lotus Notes to Share Point specifically in relation to Rich Text content within Domino .nsf database. U r always ready for any unexpected scenario, even u r over sure that everything is okay and nothing negative will be happened but it may happen unexpectedly.
At very first, appoint an MS Share point expert (if u have the same, then not necessary), who will establish the proper Share Point environment and also responsible for migrating.
Determine actually how many Lotus Notes databases u have. If the above answer is YES, then again think which databases are actively used to record / manage data. And not only that, consider about the different forms are used in each database. Segregate SharePoint experience users in house and determine their involvement. Also create a workforce or man power for training Systems Administrators, Developers, Application Managers and End-Users will all need to know how to use both SharePoint itself and the specific rebuilt solutions.
There is also 3rd party SW, called Notes Migrator, or better use <a href=”http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyId=35FC4205-792B-4306-8E4B-0DE9CCE72172&displaylang=en”>Microsoft Transporter Suite</a> for this purpose !