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I have few contacts in msg format. I want to convert/export them to Lotus Notes. These msg contacts are saved in my computer in the shared drive and I don't use Outlook in my office pC. Is there anyway I can export these contacts to Lotus Notes Address book(names.nsf)
I need to open some .msg files on a disk but do not have MS Outlook, How can I open them or where can I get free software to download to open the files? Jeff
I routinely save Outlook messages on my hard drive. When I go to save a message, I save it as an 'Outlook Message Format' type when I am prompted to select a type. Does this mean I am saving as a .msg file? What exactly is a .msg file? What type of email, when saved from Outlook does a .msg file...