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How can I access my old notes email files (nsf) with Outlook. I have no longer access to the notes server, but need to read old mail from the back-up copies of the notes nsf files. Thanks in advance. Jan

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Ummmmmmmmmm the way i can think is kinda longgggg..
If you have files with you, Install domino on separate machine. Create test user and put you nsf file as its mail file, Run POP3 service and get them in your outlook express..

If you find anything better than this, Do let me know plz…

Regards
Mani

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  • Dtorizuka
    get a product like transend to export the NSF info into an Outlook pst file http://www.transend.com/
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  • IstDerGasman
    Another option to gain access to the messages is to download a trial version of the Notes client from IBM if you still have your Notes ID. You could copy/paste any text into new documents in Outlook. Granted, it doesn't allow you to access the NSF from Outlook, but is going to be cheaper than purchasing one of the commercial solutions available. Gasman
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  • garyplacid123
    Hi Japeek you can access your old Notes Emails files with Outlook by using NSF to PST Converter. I have used this amazing utility it copy my Notes NSF files to Outlook without any high cost. Visit the official website for more info:-http://www.exportnotes.com/
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