Viewing Lotus Notes archives without connection to Notes server

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Can I view Lotus Notes Archives stored on my local computer without a connection to a Lotus Notes server or Lotus Notes installed on the computer?

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Laptop with Windows 8 64bit, Outlook mail client

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  • Ketan19
    Hi, Lotus notes archives are the .nsf files. These can be viewed without any connection to Lotus notes server but you at least need Lotus notes client installed on your PC. . There are few tools available to convert .nsf files to .pst files for Outlook. You have to google for that. Also check the below link. http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/officesetupdeploylegacy/thread/1cbef816-2cca-44e3-8a2d-9e5831cb8691 -Ketan
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  • shivasanjay
    Yes, but lotus notes should be installed. Even you can make a replica copy at your local pc from the lotus notes application running on server.
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